WRITER'S SHOWCASE

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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Gregory Ranky is based in New Jersey/New York City. He received a PhD in Biomedical Engineering at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, and has studied at the New York Film Academy under Ben Maraniss.He is also a member of the Science and Entertainment Exchange, where he has served as a science/technology consultant for the Short Film Retrospect.
I'm Ruggero Dalla Santa, an Italian writer and director working in the UK.I graduated in 2011 from East 15 Acting School and have been working professionally ever since.My latest short movie, Creation, won Best Picture at the Muybridge Short Film Festival 2017 in London, received an Honourable Mention at the 42nd Boston Sci-Fi Film Festival (2017), and was selected for the Cannes Short Film Corner 2016 and the online section of the Amsterdam Lift-Off Festival 2016.Over the last five years I have directed over five hundred (yes, 500! Crazy, right?) actors thanks to my showreel-making business, One Foot in the Door Showreels, as well as directing projects like short movies, corporate videos, and web series with my production company, Shivers Above Madness LTD.I teach a screen acting workshop with seasoned actor Colin...
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Born and raised in Miami, Fl. Attended Miami Edison Sr. High. Graduated from Northwestern University in Radio/TV/Film. Won KairosPrize 2013 Grand Prize for GIDEON screenplay Won Faith and Family Screenplay Competition 2017 for GIDEON Won TableReadMyScreenplay 2015 Horror Genre for OASIS Placed Top 10 in ChronosPrize 2015 for ON THE SPARROW Wrote screenplay Deconstructing Sammy(based on book of same name about Sammy Davis Jr. life story)for Comedian/Actor Tommy Davidson.Alanyott Wrote GIDEON NOVEL based on screenplay(publishing August 2015) Shoot Your Sizzle TOP 100 for SHOOTING ANGELS 2018 Won GOLD MEDAL for ON THE SPARROW Talentville Script of the Month March 2018 Talentville Script Rankings: GIDEON 2/387; ON THE SPARROW 9/387
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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...
Award winning writerBased in Scotland, UKPreviously University Professor in Psychology, Glasgow Scotland.Published novels: The Man who knew Time (SciFi); Mardoc(SciFi); The cosmic assassin(SciFi); The sorcerer of Marakan (SciFi).On Kindle: Simularium (SciFi) Cossack (War); The Pole of Inaccessibility (SciFi). Kaiserjaeger (War).Just published: The War and Hannah Thaller (War).Screenplays in progress:Drava/Cossack - nominated for best original screenplay at the London international Festival of Film, 2018; winner of the West Field Screenplay Award, 2015. The Last Cossack - winner of the Vertov Award for Best Original Screenplay at the 2018 Moscow Indie Film Festival.The Partner, Science Fiction.The Guitar Maker - Short, flamenco fairy-tale nominated finalist at this year's Rebel Seed Film & Script Showcase. Now in...
I graduated from Brown U and made a beeline to NYC where my first play was produced to favorable reviews in papers like "The NY Post". This got me my first agent, Rick Leed, who left his agency to become producer of hit movies/shows like "Home Improvement' and "Where the Heart Is."(At which point I signed with Gersh.) After being accepted into the P&G Writer Development program for daytime drama I began writing for CBS/NBC in my early 20's and received 7 Emmy nominations and a WGA award for my scripts for CBS and NBC. I moved from NYC to Ct to takeover headwriting the hit show "As The World Turns" from my beloved boss and mentor, Doug Marland, but he died tragically before papers could be signed (see Wikipedia and IMDB) I went to "Days" as a contract writer the next week, and happily wrote an hour script and/or...
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Clarke Mayer is a NY/NJ based director, writer, and producer. After graduating from William Paterson University with a BA in Communications concentrating in film, he began to produce his own content. His first directorial short "Feed A," had a successful festival run, and earned the attention of Werner Herzog. The short gained him a place in Herzog's fifth "Rogue Film School" an invitation only 4 day seminar with Werner himself in which "Feed A" was screened. He directed and cowrote the award winning television pilot "The Uncle Gerry Show." He served as cinematographer on "Off Season" a feature length thriller shot entirely on Martha's Vineyard. He has also directed concert films including "Let Us In - A Tribute to Linda McCartney" a Reviver Records awareness concert at The Ryman Auditorium featuring various...
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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...
Zoe Warncke grew up in Germany and became a lawyer in Düsseldorf. At the same time, she became one of the most exclusive dominatrix on the planet - Domina Hera. Her best-seller book release "Lawyer by Day/Dominatrix by Night" prompted her to host her own talk show, become a spokes person/model for various designers, and collaborate with other photographers, filmmakers and musicians. She married filmmaker Michael L. Mizrahi and moved to New York City, where she currently lives with him and their Sphynx cats. Zoe is now working as an editor-at-large for an online fashion magazine, giving inspirational artistic counseling to artists, PR stories, photo productions etc. Zoe is open to new experiences that feed her hunger for beauty. One of Zoe's favorite quotes and tattoos - "A prayer for the wild at...
A cosmopolitan Scot and successful IT professional for 35 years until smitten by a near terminal adult leukaemia. Following a complete recovery I am writing screenplays for fun & fame!
Dallas Screenwriters Assn. - VP for 1 1/2 years;Women in Film - Board for 2 years;Radio advertising Salesperson Extrodinaire for iHeartMEDIA. Check out the backstory for my screenplay at www.plasticsurgeryconfessions.com!
I am a screenwriter, playwright, singer, and actor. My screenplays have achieved top placement in Bluecat and Texas Film Institute, and I am a produced playwright. My acting credits include stage, film, TV, and commercial. I am a reader for the Austin Film Festival screenplay competition. I love the collaborative process that is film making.
Monica is a writer who was the first American woman to become a consultant to the Turkish government shortly after the military coup in September of 1980, working directly with President Turgut Ozal’s office, the Ministry of Defense, the Ministry of Tourism, and the State Planning Ministry. As a result, Monica facilitated a historic helicopter sale for UTC/Sikrosky Helicopters worth $1.2 billion. Her memoir “WARRIOR WOMAN: HOW I BECAME AN ARMS DEALER IN TURKEY” is set for publication in 2018. Film rights are available. IN THE WORKS: “MIDADVENTURES OF A BAD GIRL” – set in the late 80’s about my love triangle in the Greek islands (after running away from my violent ex) and before marrying the man of my dreams in Turkey. It is a story about admitting mistakes, finding love,...
Surviving Army MP patrols than combat news photography, Chris Candelario amassed a log of over a 100 stories. With 20+ completed screenplays and TV pilots, he enjoys writing a variety of genres and bringing them to life including these finished scripts: 1. Adobe Rose – female bounty hunter tracks down the worst of the worst (drama/action); 2. American Ballad – teenager Ophylia posts a Narco blog against the cartels (drama); 3. Ark*Star – humans survive the next Big Bang (sci-fi/adventure/thriller); 4. Blitz – Blitz & D’adario fall in love with German shepherd dogs, chess, classical guitar, and photography (romantic comedy – a short); 5. Candle – U.S.A. MP call of duty and war videographer’s bio-script (drama); 6. Christina – to find love. she...
A graduate of the Film School at SUNY Purchase in New York, Farr has been involved in film production for over 30 years, from storyboard artist to gaffer to editor to writer and director on commercials, music videos, and features. Somewhere in all that he formed a band and released 3 albums. His latest feature film A MARINE STORY, about the military’s Don’t Ask Don’t Tell law, premiered in June 2010 and won 20 film festival awards. David Weigand of the San Francisco Chronicle writes: “This film does not go where you might think it will go because it’s so credibly written, acted and directed. “Don’t ask, don’t tell”? How about “don’t miss this film.” Farr’s previous feature film THE GYMNAST has won 28 awards to date including 16 for...
Working writer, sometimes blogger. My newest one covers one of my favorite things - food. Always looking for more work and new connections in the industry, no matter where you're based.
My name is Bruce Marcom. I just am starting screenwriting because I love telling stories. I have so many stories in my head that I need to get them down on paper so maybe others can enjoy them. I like sci-fi, fantasy, crime, comedy, action, and many other types of movies. My dream is to become a full-time screenwriter someday. I am a screenwriting student at The Film Connection. I currently am an apprentice studying under Producer/Director/Screenwriter Richard Brandes. I have an MA in English and Creative Writing.
Shaun Monson is the writer and director of the film, EARTHLINGS, and UNITY. His previous credits include the documentary, HOLY WAR, UNHOLY VICTORY, which focused on the rise of the Taliban after September 11, 2001. He also wrote and directed the certified Dogme 95 film, BAD ACTORS, which premiered at the Marche du Film of the Cannes Film Festival in 2001. He founded Nation Earth in 1999 as a means to produce educational and enlightening films and other media.
Susannah Dalton spent the vast majority of her childhood living at a hippy commune in Western Massachusetts. After a childhood of naked strangers prancing about while she was trying to eat her breakfast cereal, Susannah developed the important skill of grace in awkward moments. This skill has carried her through some wild times, be it waitressing at Miss Flo's Diner with a 75 year old woman named Helen or getting drunk for the first time in the Republic of Georgia at the age of 15. Susannah double majored in music and theater at the Pioneer Valley Performing Arts High School and at the age of 18 she packed up and moved to New York City.When she first hit the city Susannah jumped right into acting, playwriting, and stand-up comedy. She lived the artsy fartsy life and got by slinging beers and playing her banjo in...
All my life I've been fascinated with writing. Wrote my first book at age 25 in Germany. (admittedly, it was a technical booklet in my area of expertise: Electronics). Emigrated to the USA east coast in 1985 and started writing newsletters, translations, articles. Upon moving to the West Coast in 1992 I made a major commitment to writing sports newsletters and working in the sport of tennis. I also began acting in film, TV, and theater. In 2016 I decided to follow my dream and write my first feature script about a subject I was very passionate about, Female Empowerment. We are seeing today that women have the power and the ability to bring about change. Example: the #MeToo movement. What would you say if women in the Middle East create an equally powerful movement that grows so strong it can overthrow...
Katherine Griffin is an Emmy Award winning editor-writer-director from Bloomington, Indiana. She is currently writing STARDUST with acclaimed film director Alfonso Arau. She is the Co-Producer of the feature documentary of LADDIE: THE MAN BEHIND THE MOVIES. Her screenplays have been semi-finalists in the Nicholl Screenwriting Fellowship, Zoetrope Screenplay Competition, Page Screenwriting Awards and Tracking Board Screenplay Competition. Her spirited adventure living in her car while making her first indie feature The Innocents was profiled in the Los Angeles Times. The Innocents was subsequently listed as one of the twenty best dramas in Phil Hall's 'Encyclopedia of Underground Movies: Films from the Fringes of Cinema'. In a review for Film Threat Magazine, Hall stated: "Griffin has a remarkable style, with...
Writer has sold twenty screenplay and teleplay projects, has had five films produced, and has won forty writing honors including the STARZ, Samuel Goldwyn, Jack Nicholson, Writers Digest, StoryPros, and Script Shark awards. He has written for SONY / Tristar, The Ruddy-Morgan Organization, Millennium Films, Paramount Pictures, 21st Century, ABC Television, Atlantis, MGM, FOX, Showtime, The Sci-Fi Channel, USA Network, and numerous Independent Feature Film and Television companies. His critically-acclaimed stage play has been produced nationwide and has won ten awards.
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I was born in 1986 in Brooklyn, New York. I moved to Virginia at the age of three, but my close-knit family raised me to always appreciate my New York heritage. The importance of family, a respect for the past, while always keeping an eye toward the future, was engrained in me. These values remain underpinnings in how I approach writing scripts. Like many, I dealt with bullying during my childhood and adolescence that resulted in me feeling like an outsider and fostered in me empathy for the pain of others. With the encouragement of family and teachers I discovered writing as a way to explore the perspective of both perpetrator and victim, which I found therapeutic. Naturally I have had the usual grunt jobs that range from working in warehouses, summer programs for city youth, bagging groceries and...
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Sean Collins-Smith is a former midnight crime journalist, journalism professor, and Bruce Springsteen-addict from Richmond, Virginia. He's always wanted to write for television and grew up watching the magical whimsy of Joss Whedon and the hyper-verbose stylizations of Aaron Sorkin. Between covering crime in the back of a news van at 2:30 a.m. and working 16-hour days, Sean read pilot scripts and then began entering screenplay contests in 2017. He placed as a finalist in the Austin Film Festival's Pilot competition that year with his first script, "End of Life". His second pilot, "Lifers Anonymous," was written in 2018 and helped Sean win the ISA Fast-Track Fellowship, which connected him to his current manager, Jewerl Ross. In October, Sean returned to the AFF as a finalist for the second consecutive year, where he...
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...
Creative technologist/Design director/entrepreneur for a living, futurist & screenwriter by passion. I'm more often than not the most creative person in a room. I particularly enjoy mind sci-fi/action/comedy with spiritual/metaphysical elements. Matrix, Inception, Star Wars, Lego Movie, Fight Club, 2001... I want to make scripts that are FUN/SMART/BEAUTIFUL in that order ;-)Looking for fellow geeks in the genre for peer support and review. If you're looking for someone great with new ideas and creative problem solving. I'm the guy.
I received my B.A. degree from The New School University in New York with a concentration in English, film and screenwriting, completed several master classes at UCLA with Scott Meyers, the venerable story master and owner of the website Gointothestory.com, and worked with Erica Byrnes on my Joe Kennedy TV pilot spec. She is an accomplished TV Producer, Adjunct Professor at Loyola Marymount and Instructor of the workshop: "Mentoring Showrunners of the Next Generation." ------------------------------------------------------ Current projects (2019) TINDERELLA, FEATURE, SPORTS DRAMEDY: A struggling book editor assistant uses a dating app to hustle geriatric sugar daddies to support her Mets-obsessed father's gambling debt. WildSound Film Festival Best Comedy Winner 2018 GOOD HUMOR, FEATURE, ACTION...
After devouring countless Shakespeare plays, Eugene Ramos earned a degree in British Literature of the 1500s from Northwestern University. He later graduated from Columbia University with an MFA in Film. He wrote, directed, and/or produced a number of shorts, including The Concoction and Dandelion Fall, both of which garnered awards and honors at several film festivals. While at Columbia, he also received a fellowship from Comedy Central. Since film school, he has participated in the NATPE Diversity Fellowship Program, NAMIC’s Writers’ Workshop, and the Hamptons International Film Festival’s Screenwriters’ Lab. His spec scripts for the TV shows “How I Met Your Mother,” “The Twilight Zone,” “Supernatural,” “The Big Bang Theory,” and “Star...
Current Police officer. Served in Marine Corps infantry. I was also a former wildland firefighter. I am a former detective and a current firearms and shoothhouse instructor.
Retired executive and legal secretary. Former business owner. Artist, writer. Two screenplays optioned..
About 22 years ago, I dreamt an idea for a screenplay. It became a short script for a film class project. Of the few scripts written by our class to be submitted for filming, mine grabbed the interest of the students and profs but I was told it couldn’t be filmed. I explained how I’d do it on a budget with student restraints. They still rejected it. However, I knew I grabbed their interest. And, I knew that story wanted to be expanded. By the end of that semester I wrote a 122 page screenplay. It blew everybody’s mind that I did it. Only because it was a feature length screenplay. While they were all thinking short, I was thinking long. 900 pages and six stories later, I know I'm capable of writing. I've pitched to various studios, broadcasters, pitchfests to some interest. I've taken advice from...
Navy Veteran: 13 years Naval Aviation/Survival/Intelligence. Three combat deployments.From White Plains NY.B/S Psychology. Abdur R. Mohammed is from New York City and currently lives in Virginia Beach, VA. He spent 13 years with the U.S. Navy, serving in F/A-18 fighter squadrons, and travelling the globe where his deep-seated curiosity about mythology and philosophy was further stimulated. Mohammed has degrees in Criminal Justice and Psychology. He is currently finishing work on Vol. 2 of The Anuk Chronicles.
After many years promoting and editing other people's work Siovonne's path veered towards her own writing and storytelling. Starting with titles, headlines, and succinct expressions, she followed into screenwriting and in 2015 completed her first feature screenplay "The Polish Medallion" that won "Best Screenplay" at the Pasadena International Film Festival 2016. "The Polish Medallion" has also placed in seven other screenplay competitions. Siovonne also recently completed three original feature screenplays and three original short screenplays in the categories of: Thriller, Action, and Comedy. Besides a fascination for people and their stories, Siovonne's background includes living abroad, acting, and reading many scripts.
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Creative, autonomous and unique writer with education in film, television, creative writing, and science journalism. Experience writing, designing, and distributing communications (both web and print) to an international audience. Trusted leader and team player known for her diligence, intelligence and creativity. Sets the bar high, not afraid to fail, and puts in the extra hours to deliver a great product. Intellectually curious, always looking to learn, spends more time listening than speaking - but speaks up when necessary. Adept in the application of logical thinking to resolve complex issues; equally proficient in developing artful and innovative products to inspire and enchant. Expertise across design and writing tools and methodology including Adobe Suite, Microsoft Suite, & Wordpress. Hoards books,...
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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Martin O'Brien lives in Killarney in the south-west of Ireland. He’s a writer, occasional actor, and a full-time lover of the movies. In between paying the bills he’s written novels and screenplays and made a short film (Afraid Of?). Most recently, he won an award for his short screenplay ‘e-Eye’ at the Berlin Flash Film Festival (May 2018). It's a cautionary but humorous sci-fi tale that’s grounded in the world around us.
Ron is a screenwriter/playwright based in Phoenix. As a result of the Austin Film Festival, his award-winnng script, GOODBYE LOVER, was discovered and produced by New Regency and starred Patricia Arquette and Ellen DeGeneres. It was directed by Roland Joffe (The Mission, The Killing Fields). Ron's second feature, I LOVE YOU, BABY, with Maximilian Schell was released in Germany. His thriller, FALLING ROCKS, with Christoph Waltz, was shot in South Africa and aired on German television. (Yes, Germans love Ron! Can you say jawohl?) Most recently, Ron was a writer on the 2014 film, BULLET, starring Danny Trejo and Jonathan Banks. In February of 2017, at the Movieguide Awards in LA, Ron won the prestigious Kairos Pro Prize for his screenplay DONUTS WITH JERRY. To date, Ron has had three Oscar-winning stars in his films. He...
Lou came from Cuba as a young kid to the United States, and grew up in Washington DC. He attended the University of Maryland where he majored in English and minored in Film, so he especially liked English films. His passion for reading led to a passion for writing, which led to his becoming a reporter, first at the Washington Post then USA Today. Bored by writing just the facts, he decided to create his own, as a fiction writer-screenwriter in the fictional epicenter of America: Los Angeles, California. Although a serious "artist", Lou has had four "B" movies produced, one of which, ELECTRA, numbers 33d in Maxim magazine's list of "The 50 Coolest 'B' Films of All Time". He has several "A" scripts optioned, including the family-friendly "Jake For...
Hello, I'm Mike. I'm just a writer and dreamer, trying to find my place in the world. I currently have a series bible and fourteen finished episodes written for a sci-fi/comedy I've created. I'm also working on three other series as well as four separate film scripts. Writing has always been my passion and I hope that one day my imagination can captivate and entertain people all around the world.
Driven by a lifetime passion that’s become a full-time occupation, optioned screenwriter Mark Golik seeks to develop marketable stories that explore the inner commonality of humankind. Tales with unique, compelling characters thrust into extraordinary situations who manage to find a way to see themselves in their adversaries and in one another. Specializing in true stories and adaptations, Mark is open to assignment work in all genres. Steeled with an extensive background in marketing and corporate communications, he’s also an invaluable savvy partner to have on board throughout the production process. Work with Mark on one of his projects – or one of your own – and you get a bonus: a true business partner, a creative screenwriter who can also help develop and review proposals and business...
Huelah Lander loves writing. Except when it come to writing bios. Her Sci Fi script The Science of Happiness won gold at the PAGE international screenwriting awards and was the Grand Prize Finalist at Table Read My Screenplay Park City edition. She just signed her second option and her first writing assignment. She is currently working on an outline of a feature version of the Science of Happiness and on the first draft of a dark comedy, Uncanny Valley, about an insecure scientist who learns to love herself when she creates her exact AI robot double. She is also polishing two sitcoms: Sorry, Not Sorry about a free-spirited couch crashing Canadian who marries an uptight nerdy American so he can get Canadian citizenship and she can get a place to stay; and She Said, He Said about a couple in marriage counselling who...
Husband, father, writer, lawyer, lover of solar transitions.
Mr. Travis wrote an award-winning short story in the 6th grade and it went to his head... Still fancying himself a writer all these years later, Travis has added producing and directing to his modest skills. The result is a long list of TV series originating mostly in Toronto as well as a PBS doc. He's recently moved his offices and family to Detroit and works with his production partners in Dallas, Houston, LA and Toronto. Phil is producing a feature thriller JOON, a series of family features for TV based on his mom's BEN & ZACK books, and is currently filming a feature doc on baseball. REEL: https://vimeo.com/182710677
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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 (including musicals), bio/pics and/or disasters. In alphabetical order: “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...
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I was trained for the opera stage. After singing 13 years with the N.O. Opera House I decided to branch out and ended up singing everything but opera, got involved in theatrical productions, commercials and films. Getting older, roles became fewer and I branched out again this time - writing. The first thing I wrote was a play with music called Chocolate stitches. After that five novels followed: Never Too Late and a four part series - The Tavern, The Neighborbhood, What Goes Round and Reaper. When I joined WIFT (Women in Film and Television) I got interested in scriptwriting and turned Never Too Late (a dark comedy) and The System (a crime/action novel written by my son Patrick) in the screenplays.
CARLO AND ERIN CARERE (pronounced Ca-rare-ay!) BIO Carlo was born and raised in Naples, Italy. He became a Captain of the Carabinieri, the Italian National Police Force, heading investigations against violent crimes, mafia and domestic terrorism. By the time he left law enforcement to pursue writing and acting, he had worked with US Intelligence as a peacekeeper in Bosnia and Kosovo, ensured a democratic mayoral election in a town where organized crime had prevented it from happening for 12 years, and caught one of Italy's most wanted criminals who had previously escaped prosecution for thirty-two years. 

After Carlo left the Carabinieri and moved to Rome, Italy, he worked as a writer and actor in television, film and theater, meanwhile publishing several thriller novels, one of which earned him praise from...
New York City born and raised. Also playwright, screenwriter, producer. Studied acting with Herbert Berghof. Playwriting with Lonnie Carter. His first play, "One Another" (a love triangle for two players) was staged in a loft theater on 13th Street in Greenwich Village. "A Friend in Need" opened at the Man in the Moon Theatre in London and ran twenty-eight performances. Among his screenplays "Bleecker Street", "Natural Numbers," "A Roy Named Ray," "It Ain't New Yawk," and "An American Journalist" (co-author). Television debut in 1999 in "The West Wing" as Doctor Steven Colson. Lead actor in more than a dozen independent short films including the award winning Outside the Window (2003), the American Film Institute's "Eliot and...
Jerrod D. Brito is a writer/director from Denver, Colorado. His most recent works include Blood Moon Pictures' upcoming release, "Devil's Knight: Volumes of Blood III" (co-writer), and a stage play called "Atomic Sea Fish Death Romp From the Deep!" (co-writer), performed by the Pandemic Collective Theater Company. Recent accomplishments include his feature screenplay, the National Lampoon & Stage 32's Search for Comedy Writing Gold finalist, "The Left-Swipes," the 2015 MSNT Comedy Film Fest winner, "Spoiler Alert!" (writer/director; short film), "My Super Ex-Grudge" (writer/director -- short film; distributed by Full Moon Entertainment in 2012), "Hormonal Activity" (writer/director -- short film), which took 2nd place in the My Bloody Violent-Tine Film Festival in 2014 and 3rd place in the Horrorbid.com Video...