BRADD HOPKINS brings excellent film/production management skills to any production team. He is also an award-winning screen-writer, taking First Place Award in the 2013 LA Screenplay Competition with his script Ludlow. Ludlow also won the WILDsound Screenwriting Competition in Toronto, and a second script he wrote, Annabelle and Me, was among the four finalists there as well. A video table read of Ludlow has been produced by WILDsound. He is currently in post-production for a comedic short film, Taco Valley, which he directed in October, 2013. "Ludlow" is currently (6-11-14) a finalist in The Writer's Place Screenplay Competition.
He is proud to be a part of the crew who filmed Zombiewood, a film from New Mexico producer Mick Rocks (Avocet) that won the 2013 Fear and Fantasy Film Festival award for Best Horror Short, and more recently, the 2013 New Mexico Showcase Best Comedy Film.
Bradd made his directorial debut with Debt to Society, a short film produced in 2011. Co-produced by Valerie Moore (Titanic, Virus, History Channel - Deep Sea Detectives) starring Rene Reyes (nominee for best performance in a short film, NOIFF 2012) and Jy Prishkulnik (Thor). Debt to Society was selected for screening at venues nation-wide, including the Taos Shortz Film Festival, the Northwest Ohio Independent Film Festival, Indie Spirit Film Festival in Colorado Springs, and screenings for the SURGE Film Festival in Austin and Berkeley.
Further information and filmography can be found at www.IMDb.com. Debt to Society may be viewed at www.laughingcrowproductions.com , along with stand-alone EPK, and a 30-second trailer.
Bradd (with Valerie Moore) wrote, directed and produced an audio-cartoon podcast series, "Schrodinger's Brat", the world's first quantum reality show, with the comedy troupe Santa Fe Light Brigade (www.santafelightbrigade.com).
His experience in film, media, and print began in book publishing where he acquired, edited, and published twelve book titles for Russell Dean and Company. His commitment to excellence won several awards for the publisher.
As a novelist, Bradd has two books in print; Navassa and The Fourth Corner of the 9th Room. Both have been adapted for the screen.