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WRITER'S SHOWCASE

Gary A. Edwards grew up in Coeur d'Alene Idaho, graduating from CHS in 1959 and Indiana University in 1964 in Music Education. He taught 3rd through 9th grade public school music in Louisville, Kentucky. He has played with the Spokane and Louisville Symphonies. He writes and plays music in ensembles of various sizes from single to symphonic, from rock to country to classical. He has written ten books, musicals, screenplays and hundreds of pieces of music and songs. His musical The Friendly Enemy premiered in Spokane in April 2008. His newest musical Christmas on The Concourse premiered 12/20/2016 at the Ignite Theater. He also worked as a composer and film-maker for CMTV in Spokane, Washington. He has also worked as a social worker and community organizer, a writer of software reviews published in national...
Juliet Sonnenberg is a film producer and writer, based in Atlanta, Georgia. She started out working primarily on documentaries and promotional videos, and began writing in 2006, when she founded Metamorphose Films, an Atlanta-based production company. She is now in pre-production for her first indie feature length film, The Beneficiary, which is based on a true story from the 1930s. Sonnenberg directed and produced her first feature-length film, the award-winning documentary Hoot in the Hole – the story of the Jackson Hole Hootenanny in 2008. Chronicling the famed Jackson Hole Hootenanny, a folk and country jam held every Monday at Dornan’s Restaurant and Bar in Moose, Wyoming, the film received an award for Excellence in a Music Documentary at the Park City Film Music Festival in 2007, before its...
Janet Hetherington is a screenwriter and cartoonist with a degree in Journalism from Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada. Janet has worked on a number of comic book projects, including Elvira: Mistress of the Dark, Honey West/Kolchak the Night Stalker, Love in Tights, her creator-owned Eternal Romance comic series and many others. Janet's comics work has been featured in the book The Great Women Cartoonists by Trina Robbins. Janet is busy these days writing screenplays, including the western features The Last Outlaw and Jesse James: Lawman for director Brett Kelly, and was awarded first place in the 2014 Cellar Door Film Festival promo video competition. Janet is working on more screenplays. In 2017, Janet received 7th place in the Lestat Horror Top Ten for her 15 second horror Crapper. She still loves writing and...
Michael is a professional script consultant and a produced writer with more than 45 Film Writing Awards.Since he began writing three years ago, his scripts have been requested by executives with Twentieth Century Fox, Sony Entertainment Pictures and personally requested by Academy Award Winning Actor Jeff Bridges. Associate Producer for "The Olive Branch" starring Academy Award Winning Actor Lou Gossett, Jr. Currently in pre-production. 6 more screenplays (so far) outlined for 2014. 2 Novels at very nearing completion. 4 more novels outlined and in the waiting. So many words, so little time.
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Seth grew up in Europe before serving a five-year stint in the US Navy. Subsequently, he studied screenwriting in his undergraduate film program in Illinois. After graduating, he earned a commission as a US Army officer. To date, he has lived in nine countries and traveled to more than 60. He draws upon on these cultural experiences, 25 years of military adventures, and Master degrees in politics and European studies, to evoke original ideas in his writing. Furthermore, a penchant for film has led him to gain valuable experience on many film sets, most notably with the films “Salt” and “Splinter.” Aside from film, his interests include snowboarding, world travel, staying fit, painting, and photography. Seth currently resides with his wife and daughter in Bucharest, Romania, where he is on a...
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I grew up in Pittsburgh, but have been living in Connecticut for the past 27 years. I have been writing fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction for over 30 years. Some of my books have been published and much of my other work has appeared in literary magazines and anthologies around the U.S. and abroad. I decided to write a screenplay a couple of years ago, rewrote it several times, and submitted it to contests. It has reached quarter final status in a couple of contests so far (Zoetrope and Screenwriters International).
MARK ROBERTSON is an established and prolific writer on many UK TV series, including SHAUN THE SHEEP and CHOP-SOCKY CHOOKS (Aardman Animation); DENNIS AND GNASHER (BBC/Red Kite); and MY SPY FAMILY (Cartoon Network/Kindle). More recently, Mark branched out into writing screenplays, and was subsequently awarded a place on the UK’s Guiding Lights mentoring scheme. During the scheme he was mentored by Sir Kenneth Branagh on THE WOODCUTTER, a dark, fairytale-themed horror screenplay. The script has since been shortlisted in several screenwriting competitions and was awarded a runner-up place in the horror/thriller category of the Screenplay Festival Competition. Soon after, Mark secured a further place on the Edinburgh Film Festival’s Talent Lab training scheme, during which a superhero comedy pitch of his...
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I graduated from Stephen F. Austin in 2008 with a BA in Theatre Performance and Creative Writing. I have been acting in theatre since 2001 and in film since 2007. I've been writing staged plays since 2004 and screenplays since 2006. I wrote, produced and starred in my own two short films, 'Thank You' in 2012, and 'Interview with a Woman' which is still in post-production. I have also volunteered to host a screenwriting workshop here in Austin for several years called Wordsmiths as part of the Austin Film Meet. I continue to write short films, features and pilots, as well as, audition for acting parts in those areas.
Lisa Gold has written award-winning screenplays; she has also written and/or directed and produced six award-winning short films. Lisa's feature screenplay THE POKER WARS was a Finalist in the Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting Competition. THE POKER WARS, a drama, also won the CineStory Screenwriting Awards. Lisa has written four feature length screenplays; her sci-fi feature FOREGLOW was a Nicholl Quarterfinalist; her family action/adventure script THE SECRET OF SHANGRI-LA won the 2017 Grand Jury Prize for the Nashville Film Festival Screenplay Competition. That feature script was also a Finalist in the PAGE International Screenwriting Awards and a Nicholl Fellowships Quarterfinalist. She is developing THE SECRET OF SHANGRI-LA into a children's novel. Lisa's TV pilot BONDAGE, was a Finalist in the CineStory...
My first full length feature, "Nicki Foxx" is a character driven psychological thriller that finished in 2nd place in the 2015 "Breaking The Walls" The Ultimate Thriller Screenplay Contest-Semi Finalist: Circus Road Screenplay Contest 2015-Semi Finalist: The Southern California Screenplay Competition 2017. My second screenplay, "The Return Of "Power Girl"" (Semi-Finalist:Circus Road Screenplay Contest 2016 & The Southern California Screenplay Competition 2017) is a non-stop comedy with a broad audience appeal. I've also written nine shorts of various genres and topics, and look forward to my next project while continuing to learn and grow to be the best screenwriter I possibly can. Studied Screenwriting at NYU under: Michael Zam, Jason Greiff and Stephen Ryder.
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Well, I'm a bit partial toward movies, lol.
Jay Cipriani recently wrote the television films SHARING CHRISTMAS for Hallmark and A CHRISTMAS CRUISE for ION television and currently teaches screenwriting at New York Film Academy in Burbank, CA. In 2015 he won Chicago's Pride Films and Plays Screenwriting Competition where his screenplay SOMEBODY TO LOVE was performed live.Jay received his BA in English with an emphasis in Creative Writing from West Virginia University, studied film at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and received his MFA in Film Production from The University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts. Jay began his career in story development and production working with writer/director Barry Levinson, producers Paula Weinstein, Len Amato, and Palak Patel, and later with writer/director Ted Griffin. In 2008,...
Introduction: all about me As far back as the year 2000 my brother remarked that I was like a blacksmith on a spaceship because I persisted with writing stage plays when I could be dedicating that time to more screenwriting. There’s just no need for horseshoes when you live on a spaceship and in that respect surely the theatre is now completely redundant since the rise of cinema and TV? (An age-old argument that I won’t go into here.)I couldn't choose between playwrighting and screenwriting because I was equally in love with both, however...At the end of 2013 I took my brother's advice and stopped splitting my time between stage plays and screenplays and decided to go full-time as a screenwriter.But everything I learned as a playwright didn't go to waste. I'm still "putting shoes on horses" so to...
Kristen Ross is a writer and screenwriter, specializing in fantastic fiction and children’s & family programming. With 15 years of industry experience, she has worked in TV, film and advertising as a scriptwriter, creative development assistant, and a researcher and story assistant for the Identification Discovery channel. Kristen began her career as a performer, working alongside both Emmy and Oscar-nominated talents such as Kostas Gavras (The Missing) and Tassos Boulmetis (A Touch of Spice). She has shot over 50 European campaigns, and worked steadily in TV for over a decade. In 2013 Kristen was selected by the WGC to participate in Bell Media’s Diverse Screenwriters Program--an intense program that prepares emerging writers for a professional career...
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Navy Veteran: 13 years Naval Aviation/Survival/Intelligence. Three combat deployments.From White Plains NY.B/S Psychology.Active Duty in NAVY, until December 2016. Since then, I have written a Science Fiction/Thriller, television pilot, and four follow up episodes; this is packaged as season 01. I also own the rights the the story (Copyright 2017). Not much of a Bio I know, but I am selling a story, not myself, yet. Currently seeking representation, rather than a sale. I believe with the shifting trends in particular genres, my pilot, and series, will be a success. Query letter, and Treatment available. Thanks.
I am a writer working in Northern California.
I wrote the short film "The Trunk" which got into the following festivals: San Diego, Culver City, Hollyshorts, and Film Noir Festival. I also wrote the short "The Report" for the 2015 Filmmakers Collaboration Challenge. The short beat out 46 other films to win best picture. I'm currently shopping 2 horror features and western pilot around. IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2337507/?ref_=nv_sr_1
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: My name is K. R. Bernard I’m 32 years old, I live in Union New Jersey, I graduated from Montclair High School class of 2005, also graduated from Union County College class of 2012. I’m a self-published Indie writer/Author. My first compilation is titled Shattered Worlds Apocalyptic Dystopians. (2013) My compilation consists of ten distinctively different original terror/horror and science-fiction stories. I always been interest in the genre of short stories. I also have written a second compilation of my newer orginal stories entitled Shattered Worlds Realms (2015) I have decided to take both my editions of Shattered Worlds and my other stories to pitch to internet tv and cable tv networks Shattered Worlds as a multiple seasons international television series. Imagine Twilight Zone and Amazing...
Jim Saunders is a New York City-based professional writer, playwright and optioned screenplay writer. He has many years’ experience writing stage presentations, corporate films and multimedia projects; also a director and occasional actor. SCREENPLAYS Jim specializes in screenplays based on historical true events, bio/pics and/or disasters. In alphabetical order: NEW! “BOJANGLES, EUBIE AND BERT!” A provocative, thoughtful and toe-tapping musical story ensues when three black musical legends of the past – Bert Williams, Eubie Blake and Bill “Bojangles” Robinson -- relive their show business success in spite of racism and theatrical bigotry. An historical musical drama and biopic. “BULLY!” (Teddy Roosevelt and the Panama Canal) is the story of the outrageous...
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Tracy Ruckman own two traditional book publishing companies and one subsidy press. She is currently seeking her MFA in Screenwriting. Some of her scripts include Miracle of the Nativity, Chasing the Dream, and Hitting Bottom (a short).
Michelle Muldoon is an award-winning writer born in Scotland, and raised in Canada. Michelle instantly fell in love with Vancouver the moment she arrived and now calls the West Coast city home.Michelle won her first screenplay award for Best Drama Screenplay at the 2008 Action on Film (AOF) International Film Festival and since then, has had success at festivals across North America. In 2008 Michelle caught the film production bug with a submission to the Broad Humor Film Festival Legacy Challenge. Since then, she’s written/produced and directed several projects which have received film festival nominations and wins. Her first music video collaboration with singer/songwriter The Land of Deborah (Pocket of Heaven) aired on NBC, Channel 4, in Los Angeles (2011). Michelle's feature film credits include:...
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A former magazine editor, medical copy editor and proofreader for a number of New York advertising agencies, including J. Walter Thompson and Bates USA, Ronald Micci is the author of numerous plays, sketches, novels, screenplays and sitcom scripts. His plays have been presented at First Stage in LA and in New York at the Kraine Theatre, Theatre-Studio, Producers Club, as well as in conjunction with the NY Int'l Independent Film & Video Festival and the Turnip Theatre Company's Annual 15-Minute Play Festival. They have also appeared at the Darress Theater in Boonton, the 1860 House Montgomery Cultural Center in Skillman, and the Lawrenceville Library in New Jersey, as well as in the main branch of the Canton, Ohio public library. In February 2017, Sappho's Kiss was performed at the Time Square Art Center. ...
My name is Joyce Atieno Omollo from Nairobi Kenya. I work an 8am to 5pm job as a HR Officer at an Oil and Gas company but during my free time I write mainly would be novels, movies, TV series and recently entertainment articles. I now want to pursue this passion and I am looking for opportunities and like minded individuals to help me grow in this field since I have no experience. I just imagine and but it down on my laptop.
Jeffrey Howe lives and works in the scenic Black Creek Bottoms area near St. Louis, Missouri. His first two feature screenplays (Robo4ce, Cover Crop) and his first short screenplay (Medicine Show Blues) won or placed in thirty-four competitions since June 2015. His short fiction appears in One Teen Story, in the anthology Moon Shot: Murder and Mayhem at the Edge of Space, at Untreed Reads.com, in the quarterly anthology The First Line, and at Smashwords.
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About me: New Yorker Current: Staten Island, NY Sex: Male
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Dwayne Conyers wrote and produced a plethora of static and interactive videos and briefings as an officer in the United States Air Force. These were widely distributed to over 1,000 offices throughout the Department of the Air Force. Additionally, two US Army Commands and one US Navy Fleet were also appreciative recipients of these materials. Post-military, he graduated top of his class in the Warner Bros. Comedy Writers Workshop under the mentorship of Samm-Art Williams. He also studied screenwriting with Marc Lapadula at the University of Pennsylvania, Luigi DiFonzo at Harvard, Michael Hague, and Carl Sautter via the American Film Institute. Through Lapadula, Dwayne obtained representation and was assigned an episode of the late ABC series Living Dolls (starring Halle Berry and Leah Remini). He later...
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How to summarize an eclectic background? Here goes: Tried my hand at fashion design which led me to graphic design where I found a home working primarily in print media. Raised a family, jumped into my childhood dream of acting where I managed to book professional jobs in film, TV shows and commercials as well as live theatre productions. When my 18 year-old daughter left for nine months to travel Europe (nine months of no sleep for me!), the idea for my first screenplay was born. Fell in love with the craft of screenwriting and have been at it ever since...
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Hello.. I started out as an actress on stage, tv, features and commercials. When I was asked if I would assist a writer from NYC that was adapting his successful Broadway play into a screenplay I jumped at the chance. It was a fantastic experience. I decided after that I will put all my energy into writing instead of acting. So I went back to college. I live in Toronto, CanadaThis year so far I am a quarter-finalist in the Page Award as well as a semi-finalist with the Screencraft Jamaica Residency Program and have been invited to attend next month with Mentors and Executives from L.A. to work with us for 6 days. AFF 2017 Second-Round winner. Placed in the TOP 100 - SHOOT YOUR SIZZLE April 2018
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Johnny Walker is a musician turned soundman turned author. He has worked on both sides of the camera and received two Billboard Songwriting Citations as a songwriter. After spending his youth on the road as a touring musician/actor, he settled down in New York City and became submersed in sound design. Johnny spent two decades applying his entertainment expertise to companies such as Ralph Lauren Media Services, Miramax Films, and Lifetime, to name a few. First published in 2006, Johnny has recently completed a fantasy fiction trilogy, EKKO Mysteries, based on his experiences on the road. Johnny has created a multimedia experience with the EKKO series, bringing the fictional rock band, Nathan Juju, to life by implementing the latest technology in eBooks. He has completed a miniseries treatment and...
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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Chris Ossman has written 20 feature length scripts in genres varying from Horror and Sci-Fi to Romance and comedy. He has also adapted some of his own Novels into screenplays. Mr. Ossman most recent accomplishment was getting his short story "The Prolfiler" produced. The Profiler is based on his award-winning short story of the same name, which took first place in fiction at the South Florida Writer’s Association annual writing contest. A second film produced from one of Mr. Ossman/s screenplays is the short entitled "What's On TV", which was produced as "Ori-Sight" (for translations purposes) Besides writing screenplays and novels for adults, Mr. Ossman has written a Children’s novel called Far Beyond, short children’s books for younger readers and a picture book called Where Do I Belong?: ...
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Long-time journalist for publications ranging from LA Times to LA Magazine. Staff-writer on three newspapers, including South Bay Daily-Breeze, Riverside Press-Enterprise and Idyllwild Town Crier.
About me, I went to college with the intention of become an advertising television copy writer and ended up as a series 7 NYSE stockbroker. Entertainment stocks were my first specialty and that led to an interest in writing screenplays. My first script, a coming of age story, that I wrote in nineties, I entered in the Steven Spielberg, Kathleen Kennedy’s Chesterfield screenwriting competition, now discontinued. When I got a letter back, saying my script advanced into the top 15%, Encouraged by the letter, I wrote another script - a comedy. That script made third runner up in the now discontinued contest called the Blue Sky Film festival - tried to produce it myself but my main investor did not come through. I took a screenwriting classes. That help but one the teacher gave me some really bad...
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Suzanne LUTAS graduated with a BA in English Literature at the University of Aix-En-Provence, France. Then she majored in Linguistics at the University of Paris-Nanterre. She also completed a Master’s degree in English Literature. As a qualified schoolteacher she taught English in Tahiti, French Polynesia, to College, Vocational Training Certificate students, and secondary school trainee teachers. She also taught Art in a junior High School. Suzanne speaks a little Vietnamese and Italian, fluent French and English. When she does not write, Suzanne paints, and sings in her own jazz band called Oh Happy Fiù, a pun on a Tahitian word meaning Carpe Diem.
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When Heidi was four years old her mom couldn’t afford a great daycare for her and her sister, so the girls got dropped off at the Lollypop Ranch each day. What her mother didn’t know was that during nap time the daycare workers would play old black and white horror movies on a movie projector while the children tried to sleep. These are Heidi’s earliest and fondest memories of film. Now, we’ll never know what possessed these daycare workers to show horror movies to children, but two outcomes were likely for Heidi: become a serial killer or become a fan of all things horror. Luckily for her friends and family, Heidi became the latter. She enjoys writing horror as well. Heidi’s most recent feature script, Black Sunday, has been receiving quite a bit of attention in 2015 and 2016. It was...
Optioned screenwriter, author of 48 NY published (Bantam, Avon, Pinnacle) westerns, thrillers, mysteries and historicals, 6 of which are under option.
Ovidiu Chiorean has authored a novel, "The Day of the Tiger," a comic book "Taekwondo Fighter" and has written 7 movie scripts and 3 TV pilots. He has also won the 2013 Seoul City Winner Award for the 48 Hours Film Project Competition with his short "The Applicant." He holds a Ph.D in International Relations and currently resides in the Republic of Korea.
I've written all kinds of journalism, advertising, pop songs and jingkes and, at last count, eight screenplays. Although none have been optioned yet, they've done fairly well in contests: one was named winner of the Action/Adventure category of Script-a-thon on November 5, 2012, two have won first place at the Screenwriters Conference at Santa Fe, and the three have variously been quarter finalist or better in such competitions as the Page Awards, Story Pros, Screenwriting Expo, AAA, CWA and Writers on the Storm. Longtime copywriter and creative director, mostly on the worldwide brands of Pepsi and Frito-Lay, Spencer Michlin has won virtually every award for the writing and production of advertising, including more than 20 Clios. He also won an EMMY for his public service campaign Dallas Texas USA....
Donald Claude Wilson was born on the lower west side in Detroit, Michigan. The last in a family of nine children, he was the vaunted seventh son. Wilson began a long history of creativity at only seven years old, drawing and writing his own comic strips on art paper. He went to school in the Detroit public school system, attending Northwestern High School and Wayne State University. He served in the US Army as a guided missile instructor and became a highly classified member of the North American Air Defense Command (NORAD). After leaving the army, Wilson developed and published the first City of Detroit magazine entitled, The Spirit of Detroit. The integrated magazine covered current politics, local issues, society, sports, entertainment and local news for and about Detroit and suburbs. Wilson...
I was formerly a marketing executive and intellectual property expert for a multinational software firm in the Bay Area. My writing partner and I have over 40 years combined writing experience in the high-tech industry. I graduated from Michigan State University with a BS (Economics) and an MBA (Marketing) and I've currently finished a six month intensive professional screenwriting course at ScreenwritingU. I've placed in the quarterfinals in the Page, the semi-finals in StoryPros and was in the top ten percent in the BlueCat Screenwriting Competition.
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Shortly after graduating from Chicago's Northwestern University and starting his career as a coffee boy for Tom Hanks on the Gary Marshall-directed Nothing In Common and working as a production assistant on Hanoi Hilton starring Michael Moriarty, David Soul and Jeffrey Jones, Posner went to work for world-renowned filmmaker Pedro Almodovar, playing a key role in the financing, distribution, marketing and PR for his early films, including his breakthrough Academy Award-nominated Women On The Verge Of A Nervous BreakdownHe went on to produce Almodovar's Golden Globe nominee High Heels and Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down starring Antonio Banderas. In 1992, Posner created his own production company and film production fund, Filmania. He produced several films, including Uncovered, directed by Jim McBride and starring Kate...
Michael has written or co-written 13 feature screenplays, 4 of which have been optioned and 4 of which have won 6 national writing competitions. "A DOGGONE CHRISTMAS", a family Christmas comedy co-written with Travis Mann, recently won overall FIRST PLACE in the 2013 Scriptwriters Network High Concept Screenplay Competition. The script also placed Second in the Fresh Voices screenplay competition and made the top 10 out of 7,000 entries in the Final Draft Big Break screenplay competition. "GODSPEED" (co-written with Travis Mann) won FIRST PLACE in the 2009 Feel Good Film Festival Screenplay Competition, was a Semi-Finalist (top 2%) in the American Screenwriting Competition, the PAGE Screenwriting Awards and the Final Draft "Big Break" Screenplay Competition. The script was also an...
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Born on January 10th, 1990, Morelia, México, Lucy Luna has been experimenting art since a kid; she started doing ballet at age five, and loved drawing even before she learned to walk. At age eight she started acting. At ten she began to write, especially short horror stories, and at fifteen she realized filmmaking was all she wanted to do in her life. At eighteen she started studying screenwriting. Despite her young age, Lucy has been lucky enough to learn directly from the big ones such as Aaron Sorkin, Guillermo Arriaga, Paula Markovitch, Syd Field, Linda Seger, Michael Hauge and John Truby. Lucy graduated from the New York Film Academy’s Screenwriting Conservatory, and is currently working on a few projects while her script Sophie & Valentina is getting noticed as it continues to collect...
Born in 1978, Darko Stefanović is a Serbian film director who came to the fore as the leader of the "French New Wave" movement during the 1950s and 1960s. His work draws on existentialism, absurdity, and a plethora of other historical films. His disgust and repudiation for conventional society challenges traditional cinema production. Born in 1978, Robert McKee is a French-Swiis film director who came to the fore as the leader of the "French New Wave" movement during the 1950s and 1960s. c a Kiss (1992), The Shadow (1994) and an unbilled cameo in 1999's Notting Hill, with Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant.
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Writer/producer Sharon Rapose was a BAFTA LA Newcomer in 2014/2015. She edited Neil Landau’s books “TV Writing On Demand: Creating Great Content in the Digital Era” (2018) and “TV Outside the Box: Trailblazing in the Digital Television Revolution” (2016). Previously, she worked for the United Nations; her scripts have social justice at their heart. Sharon’s short screenplay “The Silent Waltz” was a Finalist in the 2018 Table Read My Screenplay - Park City and 2017 Austin Screenwriting Competitions. She won a 2017 John Brabourne Award.
Screenwriter of thrillers, comedies, TV pilots. Four paid options. Semifinalist in the top three screenwriting competitions.
Aiming for the sun and trying to catch fire.
Benn Flore is a Dutch published writer and marketeer with his own agency Florad Fantasy. Today he works on writing novels, screenplays and every year one (short) movie production, on days he is't playing soccer with his grandchildren. Long time ago he wrote for Dutch tv-comedians and had his cartoons published in newspapers. Benn took up writing again after retrieving from his marketing company. Five of Flore's books are published, some have been (native) translated into English and adapted into short movies. In 2010 Benn Flore won the Dutch local version of the Roosevelt Award by the Roosevelt Academy with his first novel 'Three Religions, One Killer'. The award was presented by Franklin D. Roosevelts great-grandchildren.In 2014 he was Official Finalist in Los Angeles World Series of Screenwriting with a tragic...
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Steve Rothenbuehlereyefarm2@aol.com813-598-7017Education:Metropolitan State UniversityMinneapolis, MNBA Creative Writing/LiteratureSCRIPTDark Timber Finalist 2011 Terror Film Festival Philadelphia, PANightsoilers Option Sunset Pictures, NYCCold Crush Brothers:Pioneers of Hip Hop Pre-production Springfield Films, Burbank, CA