Theodore Melfi

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Theodore Melfi is an American screenwriter, film director and producer.

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Director Theodore Melfi discusses the importance of the highlighting the three African American women very instrumental in 1960s NASA space program in Hidden Figures.

Theodore Melfi: Hidden Figures

Director Theodore Melfi discusses the importance of the highlighting the three African American women very instrumental in 1960s NASA space program in Hidden Figures.

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