Kirby Dick
(United States)

Kirby Dick is a two time Emmy-award winning and two-time Academy award-nominated documentary film director. He studied at the California Institute of the Arts. In 1981, he codirected Men Who Are Men. In that same year, he produced and directed the controversial documentary Private Practices; the Story of a Sex Surrogate. In 1993 he wrote the screenplay for the feature Guy (1996) by Michael Lindsay Hogg.

The Bleeding Edge
The Hunting Ground
The Invisible War
This Film Is Not Yet Rated
Sick: The Life and Death of Bob Flanagan, Supermasochist
I Am Not a Freak
Private Practices; the Story of a Sex Surrogate
Men Who Are Men
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