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"Miss March" filmmaker a former Temple student

Zach Cregger, the writer, director and star of "Miss March," which earned $2.4 million in its opening weekend, is a former Temple student. Cregger, part of IFC's "The Whitest Kids U Know," graduated from New York's School of Visual Arts, but studied for two years at Temple. He lived for one year in the dorms and another year in Society Hill. On a recent visit to town to promote the film, we're told that Cregger, 28, didn't mention his time at Temple, telling reporters only that he had gone to other schools before SVA.

"Miss March" filmmaker a former Temple student

Zach Cregger, the writer, director and star of "Miss March," which earned $2.4 million in its opening weekendis a former Temple student. Cregger, part of IFC's "The Whitest Kids U Know," graduated from New York's School of Visual Arts, but studied for two years at Temple. He lived for one year in the dorms and another year in Society Hill. On a recent visit to town to promote the film, we're told that Cregger, 28, didn't mention his time at Temple, telling reporters only that he had gone to other schools before SVA.

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