Dominic H. White is an Emmy-nominated filmmaker, with a passion for storytelling that crosses genres and mediums. Raised in the Pacific Northwest, with a stint in the South, a detour to New York and finally to sunny Los Angeles, Dominic writes from a unique perspective. His work focuses on the exploration of idiosyncratic characters and is often infused with dark humor. He is also a published author having written an award-winning, well-reviewed YA anthology “Bedtime Horrors.” In addition to his writing skills, he is an editor and director, with full mastery of visual storytelling.
Nearly all of his pilot scripts have been a finalist in major screenwriting competitions, including Page International, Austin Film Festival and Final Draft Big Break. Enthusiasm for the unique nature of his writing is evident in judge’s remarks: “[It] is an endlessly, ridiculously entertaining pilot that evinces the work of a clever and clearly talented writer,” comments a Page International judge.
Complementing his creative skills is an ability to work well with others. Dominic firmly believes that effective collaboration is the key to stellar and emotionally moving storytelling. His willingness to listen and retool based on critiques of his work has resulted in top-shelf results:
“A fresh and fast-paced script that’s made all the more compelling because of the nonstop recklessness of a charming character at the center. The tone is wonderfully balanced between dark comedy and drama.” (Austin Film Festival)
“This is an incredibly stylistic and tonally impactful pilot. Your voice as a writer jumps off every page and can be heard in every character.” (Page International)
"It is a genuine pleasure to read a script that is this well cared for. Thank you for the opportunity to read this engaging script." (Unique Voices Screenplay Competition)
“Overall, this is an excellent pilot with an intriguing concept and a tightly written, action-packed plot. It’s extremely well structured, and I was drawn into the world immediately.” (Austin Film Festival)
“There’s solid potential for a series of this type, especially when it has been executed as effectively as we see here.” (Page International)