WRITER'S SHOWCASE

Lakeisha Jackson is a Writer/Director best known as the creator, writer, and executive producer of a vampire series. This trilogy was optioned in 2012, but sadly, not made. She has gone on to pen several other feature film projects and now is producing and directing the Web series: Shiny New Things (www.shinynewthingstv.com ). Her goal is to be known as the go-to director of Strong Diverse female-led films, through her production company, Creativity Pictures.
Business consultant interested in screenwriting
Finalist (top 30 / 1%) Scriptapalooza 2017Top 50 International Screenwriters' Association Fast Track V 2017
Graduated from film school with a degree in film and television production. Worked in nationally syndicated television for several years. I have written several feature length screenplays, finished in the top 15% of the Nicholl Fellowship and was in final consideration for the Sundance Screenplay Lab. I've had a screenplay optioned and recently developed a feature screenplay for an up and coming European director. Currently I'm developing a historical WW1 true story for a producer in LA.
Julie Rockett has performed improv and sketch comedy for over 10 years in the casts of Improv Asylum and Improv Boston. She has studied writing with Pulitzer Prize Winner Paul Harding and filmmaker Cheryl Eagan-Donovan. She is a judge for the Women in Comedy Festival and Social Media Manager for the Provincetown Film Society and Provincetown International Film Festival. I DON'T NO is inspired by her former job as a wedding planner. The screenplay was a finalist in the FilmMakers International Screenwriting Competition. Julie graduated from Tufts University, with a BA in Ancient Greek and MA in Education. She lives in Boston with her husband, Patrick, her 2 young sons and the world's greatest dog, Rocky.
In 2015, Contagion Films dramatized my script "The Candy Man" into a short film entitled "Dark Chocolate." The film won the Audience Choice Award as the best film in the horror/sci-fi/fantasy genre at the San Diego Film Consortium Awards, beating 11 other films. To date, I have had over 100 audio scripts dramatized by various production companies in the United States and abroad. My theatrical resume, including a list of award nominations and wins, can be found on my blog. In August 2013, I won the Marion Thauer Brown Audio Drama Scriptwriting Competition with my tale "The Return of Cosmo Draper."
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I am a 19 year old male living in Australia, New South Wales. It has always been my passion to work endlessly in the American film industry and create and share the stories I wish to tell. I have never wanted to do anything in my life but write, direct and act for film and all the work I do is purposed to have a successful career in these fields. I have proffessional experience in videography, editing and acting.
Orginally born in Chicago, ILL and a recent graduate of Columbia College, I have always loved filmmaking. I started writing when I was 9 years old with poetry and songs. I never knew I would grow to love writing in the way I do now with story telling. I am constantly writing and building my portfiolo so when the opportuny comes I will be ready. I currently live in Los Angeles where I freelance and coach basketball. If ever have any question on want to just say Hi drop me a line.
I have written two novels and six screenplys. Also produced a television pilot that was not successfullly sold. It was stolen. I worked as a literary agent for several years. Also I was a judge for screenwriting and short films for Scottsdale Community College.
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I have been writing for several years, with my latest completed screenplay, 'Fairyland', a Scriptapalooza Screenplay Competition semifinalist. 'Fairyland' is also a 2018 Oaxaca FilmFest official selection. I have received positive feedback about ‘Fairyland' from producers like Jack Sheehan (Lotus Entertainment) and Nate Topping (Amasia Entertainment), and the script is currently with several production companies, including Ufland Productions, Domesticated Sloths Productions, Taylor Lane Productions, MixTape Pictures, and The Octoberists. I am currently working on a fantasy action adventure.
John A. Sanders is a prolific, award-winning screenwriter, known for his well-crafted stories, witty dialogue, as well as intriguing and authentic characters. In addition to his numerous feature film scripts, John has developed several TV drama projects. John's scripts include psychological thrillers, historical epics, true-life adaptations, metaphysical thrillers, sci-fi action-adventures, dramedies and comedies, both light and dark. He has worked on development projects with Silver Pictures, Totem Productions and Alex Rose Productions. He was recently hired to adapt a true-life crime thriller about the largest monetary heist in history. John just finished a Hollywood crime comedy for JML Films. John attended the UCLA Screenwriting program, and was a long-time member of the Twin Bridges Writing Salon.
Emmy Award winner Lee Levinson taught me how to write a screenplay in the year 2000. I have worked as a professional screenwriter and script doctor since that time. First poem published at age 9. Started Odds and Ends band at age 11 as professional drummer, lead vocalist until age 19.Started and led the AHH VIBRATION BAND at age 19 thru 24. Played guitar, sang lead, wrote all music and lyrics.1976 Started the heavy jazz rock psychedelic band Dark Star in Space City USA (Houston) as main guitarist, lead vocalist, writing all music and lyrics. First 45 RPM record March 23rd 1977:Spectre A side backed by Sounds of the Sun B Self produced Dark Star albums:Desert Sand (1989)Razor Of Madness (1991) Secret Obsession 1992Nowhere to Run 1993 (Played Holland, Norway, London)Power Of Love 1996Retired in 1999 from touring due...
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I'm an LA-based Chicagoan who specializes in thrillers, action, and drama. Most of my work revolves around characters that struggle with identity and fear, in worlds that are filled with corruption, racism, loss, and rebellion. I've worked with a director on bringing an idea to full concept, scene-by-scene outline, and script. I also worked with Iron Galaxy, a mid-sized video game company, to create narrative for an IP they aquired. Before writing screenplays fulltime I worked in journalism and wrote short fiction.
Story based on actual events and my experiences as a PhD scientist / executive in Pharma, as Corporate VP Clinical Research & Regulatory Affairs. This story has been burning inside me for years, it portrays a voice and perspective only possible by someone from inside the Pharma industry. Pharmaceutical, Biotech, Medical Device Industry Experience: work on over 64 medical products included clinical research, FDA regulatory, biostatistics, and supporting sales & marketing. PhD in Population Genetics. To Pay for College, Work Experience Included: ranch/ farm, lumber mill, construction as laborer to heavy equipment operator, livestock shows, welder, truck driver, door-to-door sales, dish washer, waiter, livestock judge, undergrad teaching assistant, graduate teaching assistant, research laboratory...
Columbia College Chicago graduate, major in television writing and production. Over six years of screenwriting experience with short films, feautre films, spec scripts, original pilots, and promotional videos. I also have experience in writing coverage for screenplays. I am currently living in New York City, and am looking for more writters to help out, and collaborate with.
Matt Solazzo is a screenwriter and fight choreographer from Long Island, New York. He is the first student to graduate from New York Film Academy with an honors degree. As a writer, he specializes in action, sci-fi, and fantasy genres. He then helps bring his writing to life through his fight choreography. Matt Solazzo is trained in Wing Chun, Hung Gar, and Keysi Fighting Method. He is also trained in various weapons including sword, axe, staff, knife, and others. He is currently working on a horror film anthology called "Slumber Party" as fight choreographer for "Day 23" and "Amber's Pride".
Greg is a writer-director of narrative films and commercials. His filmmaking style is visual, comedic, character based, absurd and satirical. Comedy dialogue and visual comedy are his specialties. Federico Fellini, Pedro Almodovar, Woody Allen and Alexander Payne are just a few of his influences. His films have screened in numerous film festivals in the U.S. and internationally including SXSW, San Francisco Indie Fest, Calgary Underground, Boston Underground, Lausanne Underground, Sexy Film Festival Paris & Australia and broadcast on Channel 4 in the U.K and have been featured on Fangoria and Entertainment Tonight’s website. His last short, “The Selfie That Changed The World“, was nominated for Best Creative Direction and Best Narration and screened at the La Jolla Int’l Fashion Film...
Tom Loveman is an award-winning producer of short films, music videos and corporate communications videos. Tom has combined over 20 years in marketing with his passion for creating unique stories into highly-marketable screenplays. His recent short films Reclamation (2017) and Synesthesia (2016) have been selections of over 70 film festivals combined, including 2018 San Diego Comic Con. Reclamation won awards for Best Sci-Fi/Fantasy Short, Best Visual FX (3 times) and nominations for Best Screenplay, Best Web Series, Best Short, and Best Film. Synesthesia won for Best Original Story. His TV pilots Hoods and Critical State were Top 10 finalists in the Playstation Emerging Filmmaker Program (2017) and the Beverly Hills Screenplay Contest (2013) respectively. Tom also co-hosts weekly sessions of Writers Group Therapy...
I’m a published novelist and have adapted one of my books, Penelope Pan (written under the pseudonym K.B. Plum), for the screen. Before turning to fiction, I was an award-winning staff-writer on three newspapers and a freelance writer for publications ranging from the LA Times to Los Angeles Magazine.
Cherish Muzik, is a native Californian and avid beach lover. She's traveled all over the world but has only lived in California and New Mexico. Between the two states, Cherish discovered her soul mate and first true love: writing. The path to success is never straight, so Cherish took her love of creative writing to the classroom. After years of service in public education, Cherish is reuniting with her passion as a film and television scriptwriter.​Although Cherish has spent most of her professional life as an educator, writing, editing, and analyzing creative works as a hobby has fueled her desire to make her dream job a reality. Cherish’s most innovative education experience and professional training has taken place at Full Sail University, where she completed MFA in creative writing. Sparked by...
Charles Andrew Callaghan is a Los Angeles-based screenwriter and actor. In 2017, he won the ISA's Emerging Screenwriters Competition with his near-future sci-fi pilot REDSHIFT, and the Final Draft Big Break Contest with his period legal drama PORTIA’S LAW (co-written with his mother, Hana Callaghan). In the same year, various scripts by Callaghan were finalists for the PAGE Awards, The Screencraft Pilot Launch Competition, and the Cinequest International Film Festival, as well as ranking in the top 20% for the Nicholl Fellowship. His short play NO F*CK YOU (sorry, Mom) was a finalist for the Heideman Award, and his favorite piece of writing, a play called GODDAMN CANNIBALS, has received some lovely rejection letters from theaters across America. His most recent pilot, HIGH POCKETS, is currently a finalist for...
The Kuy sisters graduated from Oregon State University and Yale University. They both pursued careers in medicine, then came full circle to return to their first passion - writing. The Heart of a Tiger has received 25 awards so far. They are extremely grateful to The ISA team for selecting their project for the development slate. They hope to share their mother's story with the rest of the world and to honor the 2 million lives lost during the Cambodian Genocide. They have written for the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, Washington Post, Salon, The Independent... and are contributors for The Huffington Post.
David Baugnon is an award-winning filmmaker and screenwriter. His feature screenplay “Trip” finished in the Top 50 of the 2017 Academy Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting and the International Screenwriters' Association’s announced David as one of the Top 25 Writers to Watch in 2018. His hour-long pilot, “The Messiah Project”, won the International Screenwriters' Association Fast Track Fellowship in 2015 and numerous awards, including Silver at the Page International Screenwriting Awards and Showtime's Tony Cox Television Pilot Competition at the Nantucket Film Festival. His directing credits include the award-winning feature documentary “Art in the Face of War” (available on Amazon and iTunes) and the short documentary “Matisyahu”, which screened in more than 50...
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Multi-Award Winning Screenwriter: Official Selection at the 2018 Vancouver International Women in Film Festival for "Becoming Picasso" Official Selection at the 2017 L.A. Screenplay Awards for "Becoming Picasso" Best Screenplay Award at the 2017 Moondance International Film Festival for "Becoming Picasso" Other Moondance Awards: * "Galactic" Sand Castle Award for Best Screenplay (Male/Female Team) * "A Recipe to Die For" Spirit of Moondance Award for Best Screenplay* "Written in Sand" Gaia Award for Best Screenplay* "Lalibela: Priest King of Ethiopia" Columbine Award for best Kid's Short StoryFinalist in Various Festivals & Competitions:Paranoia Horror Film Festival, Queen Mary, Long Beach, CA "A Recipe To Die For"Scriptpartnerships Pomegranate Pictures Limited, UK "A Recipe To Die For"A Feeding Frenzy,...
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Award Winning Screenwriter, Novelist, Documentary Film Producer Recent awards include: Top Ten Honoree - 2018 Inroads Screenwriting Fellowship, Bad Karma Finalist - 2018 Inroads Screenwriting Fellowship, Fire on Ice Finalist - 2018 Inroads Screenwriting Fellowship, A Jungle Dark Grand Prize Short - Fade in Awards Short Film/Short Script Competition, A Jungle Dark Finalist - 2018 LA Indie Film Festival, Fire on Ice Winner Best Feature Screenplay - 2018 Irvine International Film Festival, Fire on Ice Official Selection Short Screenplay - 2018 Richmond International Film Festival, A Jungle Dark Semi-Finalist Short Screenplay - 2018 Richmond International Film Festival, I Love You More Finalist Short Script - 2018 West Field Screenwriting, I Love You More Finalist - 2018 Top Tier Writing Contest/Roadmap...
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Bali Li is a screenwriter based in Australia. Her screenplays are characterized by non-linear unconventional storylines, rich with symbolic imagery – a poetic vision, which transcends the mundane and crosses over to extraordinary dimensions. Often satirical and humorous in subject matter, coupled with depth of character transformations. Bali has also written and self-published a children’s (middle grade novel) titled ‘Beyond a Large Steep Hill’ under the pseudonym Leigh Belrose – available to purchase through major online booksellers and retailers.
Born in India, raised in Italy and living in the UK. I have written several short films, three of which got made and one of which, Crêpes, is currently circulating in the festival circuit, having received a nomination for best trailer, for best 1st-time director (myself) and best leading actress and having won as best short film and soundtrack. Crêpes, which I wrote, directed and produced myself, tells the story of a terminally-ill, 63-year-old widow who is faced with the difficult decision whether to undergo further cancer treatments or let the disease run its course. My writing portfolio also includes two polished feature film screenplays, two feature film treatments, several articles about screenwriting and film making and academic writing (for which I was invited to present at the Screenwriting...
Weeda, a native New Yorker fell in love with writing at an early age. The classic Broadway plays influenced her passion for the arts as she took advantage of the vibrant culture that was at her disposal. She quickly acknowledged her calling and moved forward in obtaining her place in the Art community. Weeda's first love was writing plays until she encountered the art of screenwriting. It changed her life, and she finally knew what her gift to the world would be. Her screenplays are suspense drama and woman interest stories that give a glimpse into the human soul. Weeda took her passion a step further and created an inner-city community-based organization called The Kids Playhouse, Inc. Her objective is to assist children in the realization of self so that they will gain a profound respect for others, and...
My name is Dene Stark, I have been writing screenplays for over ten years. I mostly write, Horror / Thriller but dable in Drama and Fantasy. My writing awards are as follows, I was a Finalist in the New York international screenwriting awards for 2017 for my short script THE MORTICIAN. I placed first in the London Independent Film awards for my short script UNCLAIMED. I placed second runner up in the TMFF film festival for my short script The Mortician and also was a Finalist with my feature ORCHID RAIN. I placed first in the Hollywood just for shorts screenwriting competition for my short script Unclaimed and also have been Officially selected for the Hollywood Dead Film Festival for my short script THE DOLL MAKER.
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Wiktor Grodecki was born on 25 February 1960 in Warsaw, Poland. He graduated from the Directing Department of the Polish Academy for Film, Drama and TV in Lodz in 1983 (the class of Wojciech Jerzy Has). The same year his feature documentary about Roman Polanski “Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man” had been invited to FILMEX in Los Angeles by Gary Essert. Grodecki had been granted a passport to travel by the Polish communist authorities but they refused to let him take his film… He decided to smuggle it out and, once in the U.S. – he resolved not to return to Poland and received political asylum. Grodecki stayed in the States where he continued to work as a film and TV director and editor. Among other works he directed a feature film “Him” loosely based on Oscar Wilde’s...
Nick's first feature length screenplay, GIVEN, has won the grand prize in the Sundance Table Read My Screenplay Contest, made the top ten in the Industry Insider Contest, and garnered top 100 honors in the Emerging Screenwriters Competition. Nick is a Los Angeles native, husband, and father of two young boys.
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Peter Jang was born in Columbus, OH where he earned 5 National Champion titles in Taekwondo. At 18, he attended the University of California, San Diego, earning a BA in Economics. After graduating, Peter was introduced to the film industry where he became an extra and stand-in, then a full-time actor and stuntman, and now an award winning screenwriter and director. He was named the 2017 Grand Prize Winner of the International Screenwriter's Association's Emerging Screenwriter's Screenplay Competition. He now resides in Los Angeles, CA.
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I write primarily action comedies and thrillers. A couple of my screenplays have earned "Recommend" ratings over at Script Pipeline. When I'm not writing screenplays, I work as an automotive journalist, and I'm a regular contributor with the New York Daily News.
Writer/Producer on a variety of projects. Multiple optioned screenwriter and TV writer.
I'm Kimberly Shumate with 12 years in book publishing and 7 more as a literary agent. My writing experience varies with articles and book contributions, ghosting for popular blogs, and screenplays placing in contests such as L.A. Expo 5, FiLMLaB 2015, WeScreenplay, Nashville Film Festival, Austin Film Festival, BlueCat and Nicholl Fellowship. I've cowritten 3 Rom Com features with Amazon's current #1 joke book seller, Rob Elliott, and also a dark drama feature The Divine with writer/director Tim Hoover.
Jay won a Primetime Emmy and American Cinema Editors' Award for Editing HEARTS OF DARKNESS, A FILMMAKER'S APOCALYPSE, the groundbreaking documentary about the making of Francis Ford Coppola’s Oscar-winning film, APOCALYSE NOW. He was also an Editor on 20 FEET FROM STARDOM, which won the Academy Award and Spirit Award for Best Documentary. Jay Co-Directed and Edited THE HEALING FORCE, about Norman Cousins and he Co-Produced and recorded Sound on Errol Morris’ iconic documentary GATES OF HEAVEN. Jay was Writer and/or Editor of TV specials, including Fox TV's IDOLS, about teen idols, DIAMONDS, about New York diamond dealers, and the Emmy-winning THE COLONEL COMES TO JAPAN, about Kentucky Fried Chicken in Japan. He was Director and Editor of TV specials documenting Malcolm Forbes' balloon...
S t e f a n C a r o w - writer/composer born in Berlin, Germany – resides in Los Angeles, California WINNER - BUSONI COMPOSITION AWARD of the Academy of Fine Arts in Berlin Screenplays: JANE'S EVE - Drama Fantasy - based on true events THE CODE - WAKEBOARDER - SELLOUT OF PRIVACY - Action Thrillercompetition: semifinals Fade In Awards 2015, quarterfinals Screen Craft Action/Thriller Contest 2014 AEMILIA LANYER - Historical Drama competition: quarterfinals American Zoetrope Awards 2014, quarterfinals Fade In Awards 2014 THE SLEEPER - Action Thriller competition: semifinals Nicholl Fellowships 2004 - quarterfinals Screen Craft Action Thriller Contest 2013 ROAD TO HEAVEN – Action /War...
Raised in New York, I studied journalism at the New School for Social Research, Sociology at Brooklyn College and design at New York School of Interior Design. I segued from Art Direction into Production Design and have 27 films to my credit with one nomination for an HBO feature, "Long Gone". When I sold my first screenplay, I joined WGA,w and alternated careers between writing on assignment and Production Design. May 2014 I was one of two Americans accepted into the Plume et Pellicule DreamAgo Screenwriting Workshop in Sierre, Switzerland for "Holy Mackerel". There were only 9 of us in the program. I have since been accepted into "Meet Your Match" which took place in Los Angeles Nov. 2014. May 2015, I was the only American accepted into the Plume et Pellicule DreamAgo Screenwriting Workshop in Sierre,...
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Amy Quick Parrish is a writer/director/producer and high school Spanish instructor by day. She is the author of the Amazon #1 Bestselling teen superhero novel Into Dust- The Thunderbird Chronicles and the Amazon bestselling Into the Storm - the Thunderbird Chronicles Book 2. The series is based on a web series she wrote and directed while teaching high school Spanish in Texas. A graduate of the University of Michigan, her writing has been published in The Atlantic and her films have screened in festivals across the country. She won the Spirit of Moondance Award at the Moondance International Film Festival for her feature screenplay, The Court of Lions, and an Indie Award of Merit for her short film, Hokey Smokes! Frank Allison and the Odd Sox. Her short film 40 Bucks made its World Premiere as an Official Selection at...
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Wendy Wilkins is an award-winning screenwriter, filmmaker and comedian who hails from the rural area of upstate New York. At the age of ten, she began writing and recording her own short films and music videos on VHS, eventually creating Laughtears, her college television station’s first (and only) original drama series. Settling in Los Angeles, Wendy continued creating her own projects while working in the industry. At the age of twenty-three, her first screenplay became a semi-finalist for the Sundance Filmmakers’ Lab. She went on to become a finalist for the 2003 ABC/Disney Writing Fellowshipand two years later was asked to join the Warner Brothers Writers’ Workshop. Her next screenplay, Backseat Debutantes, was a top ten pick for Final Draft’s ‘Big Break’ Screenplay...
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Erik Adolphson has been a thousand things. He has been a deck hand aboard a clipper ship, raced camels across the Sahara, summited mountain peaks, flown a Russian fighter jet, saved a life, lost and found love, been in a couple of fights and even won one, but all he ever really wanted to do was tell stories. A writer and film lover from a young age, Erik created an independent films studies course at his high school, a course still offered to students today. In college, he wrote and directed his first short film, the award winning Mourning Toast, which would be featured on the PBS program Independent Lens. After moving to Los Angeles, Erik found work in unscripted television as a Story Producer, his goal was still the same, find and tell a good story. His work would lead him to the very unique...
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Anne Katherine writes faith-based and/or family adventure screenplays that inspire audiences to inhabit their better selves. All her completed screenplays have placed well in a variety of contests, including a bronze in Beverly Hills.
Teng Ky-Gan is an award-winning librettist and playwright based in Kuala Lumpur. He is the only two-time recipient of the Kakiscript Award and has been nominated numerous times for the Cameronian Awards. To date, he has had 5 musicals and 3 plays staged. His hit musical Broken Bridges is known affectionately by fans as 'Malaysia's Most Beloved Musical'. Currently, he is working on a new musical Bukit Merah which will premiere in Singapore and an experimental play called Two Chinese Ants. He has also finished the first draft of a film script called The Sky Below. New York | Manchester | Singapore | Kuala Lumpur
As a kid growing up in NYC, I would spend Saturday afternoons in the movie theater of my blue collar neighborhood in Queens. I loved every film genre but was particularly enthralled by John Ford’s Monument Valley westerns and dreamed of living in the West. I spent my teens hanging out in the coffee houses of Greenwich Village where I was introduced to beat literature and modern art. In a Hemingwayesque gesture, I enlisted in the Marine Corps at eighteen and served in the Far East where I studied Haiku and Zen. Back in New York, I worked as a union film editor helping to create documentaries, commercials and television specials, including an ABC television special that won a national Emmy and I earned a Mass Comm. degree from SUNY. A vacation in Colorado rekindled the childhood dream of living in the West and...
Julian is the writer/director/producer of "THE RED ROSE" awarded BEST NY SHORT by INYFF. He has co-written and co-produced the film "Paftuar" (Uninvited) that was screened on May 2016 at Cannes Festival Short Corner. This film also won "Best Cinematography" and "Best Production" awards at International Film Festival and Albanian Film Week in NYC. His feature script "The Bright Future" was picked as 10 best scripts at AlbaScript workshop organized in Pogradec, Albania by Albanian National Cinematography Center and Cineuropa. Julian's other feature script "Leap of Faith" was quarter finalist at National Screenwriters Day Screenwriting Competition. While his short comedy script "Balkan Brothers" was the Official Selection of Oaxaca FilmFest 2017. On March 2016 Julian Directed and Produced a music video for an...
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I trained as an actor at the Royal Scottich Academy of Dramatic Arts some years ago. I have more recently completed an MA in Screenwriting at the Univeristy of Arts London. I currently have several projects under consideration and my first feature in development.My Screenplay "The Stoker Legacy" was a finalist in the Oxford Internatinal Festival and The Wexford Film Festival and a semi-finalist in the Golden Script, Liverpool Film Festival, TMFF and WE Diverse Voices. It has placed either as a finalist of semi-finalist in every competition entered so far.
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Stephen Siegel has a Master’s Degree in Dramatic Writing from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, where he also taught Screenwriting and Television Writing for nine years. He is a lifetime member of the Writers’ Guild of America. His screenplay, “The Man Who Killed Sherlock Holmes,” was personally optioned by actor Sean Connery, with whom he worked on revisions. It won First Place in the Action/Adventure category of FADE IN magazine’s annual screenwriting contest and was a recent finalist in the WeScreenplay competition. Stephen co-wrote a miniseries for CBS titled "Guilty Hearts," which starred Marcia Gay Harden, Treat Williams and Olympia Dukakis; it is now broadcast regularly on the Lifetime network. He was hired by producer Dawn Steel to write the screenplay...
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An award-winning Writer For Hire, Nancy specializes in biopics and adaptations. In 2008, she was a Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting Finalist for her WWI script, The Greater Glory. In 2010, her thriller, The Restoration, was optioned by Cook Street Productions. Her short, Edwin and Maudey, was filmed in 2012. In 2013 Nancy adapted Vietnam War book Captain For Dark Mornings from book to screen for Director Scott McCullough. Martin Sheen is attached. In 2014, she was hired to adapt the true WWII spy story of Odette Sansom into a feature script titled My Lise’. In 2015, Nancy was chosen by One Eighty Films, Inc. to write an episode for their WWII television drama, Combat Report. In 2016, she was hired to co-write a horror film and The Restoration won first place in the Writer’s Digest screenplay...
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Scott is an award-winning and optioned screenwriter who has an unparalleled desire to bring a fresh and unique voice to the landscape of storytelling. For fifteen years, he has worked to bring the highest quality of storytelling to the screen. From a young age, Scott had the desire to pursue a career in film. Originally from Colorado, he spent his formative years in Nebraska honing his skills as a storyteller. After graduating from the University of Nebraska, Scott made his first two shorts which appeared in over a dozen film festivals worldwide, including the prestigious Slamdance Film Festival. As a result, the two shorts were acquired for distribution worldwide. While cutting his teeth as a freelance writer for the Omaha weekly newspaper 'The Reader', Scott learned discipline, dependability, and the importance of...
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I live in Dublin, Ireland. A screenplay I co-wrote called "Music, War and Love" is currently filming, directed by Martha Collidge, and with Fred Roos as a producer. I have also had several plays produced, along with journalism, short stories, poetry and non-fiction appearing in various magazines in Ireland, England and America.