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Mike is a filmmaker whose work ranges from narrative and documentary projects to pieces that explore the evolving notion of cinema. He has a bachelor's from Columbia College Chicago, where he studied theater and filmmaking with related programs at Goldsmiths, University of London. He’s also a graduate of the Directors Guild of America Trainee Program. As a DGA Assistant Director, Mike has worked on projects such as Amazon’s Mozart in the Jungle and Woody Allen’s Irrational Man. He's produced several independent features. Screenings and exhibitions of films written or directed include The Social Justice Film Festival, Festival de Cannes, The Sarasota Film Festival, Woods Hole Film Festival, Internationale Kurzfilmwoche, Film Festival Kitzbühel, Anthology Film Archives, and IFP Lab New York. Mike...
Matt Nye began his directing career in 2004 at the age of 17, adapting and directing "Caligula C.E.O." for his high school's theater program. At 20, he wrote, directed, and produced a no budget indie feature while attending university. Since graduation, he has created a number of low budget short films and has written several feature-length screenplays.As a working professional, he has been employed by companies and organizations located in Chicago, Washington, D.C., New York City, and Los Angeles. Several of his feature-length narrative projects are in-development and seeking financing.
Bo Sanders is an award-winning screenwriter best known for his feature screenplay, SAVIOR, which advanced in a number of screenwriting competitions and took top international honors at the 2018 Oaxaca Film Festival. His passion is creating character-driven stories that place real, everyday people in fantastical situations. Bo currently makes his home near St. Louis, Missouri.
Alan published his first novel, a gripping spy thriller, last year and has adapted it for the silver screen. He is also writing the sequel, as well as a romantic comedy thriller about a global warming conspiracy to be completed next year. He lives with his wife and four children in Washington, DC.
Nicola Pittam is an award winning author and former Fleet Street journalist. She has won awards for her news and features that have appeared in UK newspaper The Sun, where she worked for 4 years, as well as several women's real life magazines. She is the co-author of Christian Bale: The Inside Story of the Darkest Batman - a biography of the Oscar winning actor which won four awards in 2013 including Best Biography at the Indie Book Awards and the National Indie Excellence Awards. She has been living and working in Los Angeles for the past 17 years as a journalist but now spends most of her time writing screenplays as well as working on a new non-fiction book and documentary, a YA trilogy and a TV pilot called House of the Rising Sun.
I want to tell stories that take people through the lives of my characters and have them go on a journey with my characters. I want my audience to see everything my characters are seeing and bring them into the stories as I was when I was a child.
David Wappel is a Jersey-born, North Carolina-raised feature writer. Wappel's work will be featured in this year's HBO New York Latino Film Festival in the film Long Gone By for which he wrote the shooting script. He has also story consulted on a number of documentary projects, including Quest of the Muscle Nerd. Wappel's latest screenplay, The Last Farm, was a Semifinalist at the Austin Film Festival in the HUMANITAS Originals Category, and was also accepted to the Fall 2019 Stowe Story Lab as an Honorable Mention for the ISA Fellowship. Wappel's work often includes themes of sibling relationships, reluctant leadership, and private courage. Non-screenwriting projects include the twitter handle @ScriptByShakes where Wappel translates famous movie lines into the Elizabethan tongue, as well as Lightning In A...
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I'm Nick Noir. I've been writing since I was 13. I'm a self-proclaimed 'horrorpreneur' because I'm a writer, director, actor, graphic designer, editor, oil painter, producer, etc. In 2015, I filmed my first short film 'Interview With the Exorcist' in Orlando and intend to re-shoot the film at a location that I fought for 5 years to get before finally being given the green-light. I write mostly horror but I do dramas and action films, as well. My three creative inspirations are Mike Flanagan, David Fincher and Daniel Day-Lewis. They're absolute masters of their crafts. I have a novel of ideas I've accumulated over the years of films I plan on producing. So far, the book is over 250 pages and there's an idea on every single page - from feature films to original series. I call it my 'Horror Compendium.' I may...
Diane Lansing from dancer to actor, found natural creative progression through telling stories. Her award winning short plays were produced At the Electric Lodge in Venice California, claiming LA Weekly’s “Pick of the Week.” The short film Out Of Her Element was developed from one of the plays and a new passion bloomed for her as a director and filmmaker. Presently at work on her fifth screenplay, Diane plans to direct a new short film (and eventually one of her feature scripts). Diane had a fantastic experience directing The Perfect Date, followed by directing her first PSA for Women In Film. Creating and collaborating through film, are now her driving force.
Named one of ISA's Top 25 Screenwriters to Watch in 2019, this Kenyan award-winning storyteller came onto the scene with her directorial debut, “BOUND: Africans vs African-Americans” (BOUND) a documentary that attempts to heal the little-known rift between people of African descent. Written, directed and produced by Peres, BOUND played in over a dozen festivals around the world winning the Women In Film- Lena Sharpe Award at the Seattle International Film Festival (2014), the Audience Award for Best Documentary at the Pan African Film Festival in Los Angeles (2015), and the Best Film Directed by a Woman of Color Award at the African Diaspora Film Festival in New York (2015). BOUND continues to screen at festivals and universities including Harvard and Columbia and is used as a teaching tool in St. Cloud,...
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Ashley Nicole Hudson is a writer, director, and a SAG Award nominated stuntwoman. Ashley's love for the film industry is demonstrated through her hard work and devout commitment to accomplishing her career goals. Hudson's decade in the film industry has brought her experiences in all aspects of film production focusing her attention in writing and directing. Ashley's passion for visual storytelling is reflected in her screenwriting.
Akiva Penaloza is a prolific screenwriter and director from New York City. After a distinguished career in magazine publishing, Akiva swtiched careers and returned to her first love, making movies. She was selected to attend the American Film Institute (AFI), widely considered "the best film school in the world," (Hollywood Reporter, 2011.) As a Screenwriting Fellow, she studied under the tutelage of Academy Award Nominee Anna Thomas (Frida, El Norte,) and was personally selected by Academy Award Winner Diane Keaton to receive a $10,000 scholarship. She wrote and directed her first film, La Chiva, winning $10,000 from Mercury Latino Lens Film Challenge. The Mexican-themed film won Best Short at the Long Island International Film Festival in Southampton, New York. Penaloza also won Channel 13’s Reel 13 shorts...
Won best unproduced feature screenplay in the 2017 Tea Dance International Film Festival for my original screenplay. My Father's Worst Nightmare. Won top finalist for My Father's Worst Nightmare in the 2018 LGBTQ screenwriting Competition. Wrote the screenplay The Accomplice based on a true story which was optioned by an Emmy and Peabody award winning producer. The Accomplice was a semi finalist in the 2018 Wayward film festival. My screenplay Star Crossed Lovers received very good coverage/analysis from the 2020 Chicago screenplay awards and placed as a quarter finalist. Wrote a TV sitcom that was represented by Christopher Nassif and Associates. Considered by Warner Brother's but not produced. Filmed and edited a 60 minute commercial film about the womens sportswear industry. Graduate of the College of...
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Lisa loves hats. She's worn plenty of them. In kindergarten, she honed her problem-solving skills by covering a bad haircut with her Christmas elf cap. By wearing the hat for three months, she got her point across visually and demonstrated her communication skills at the same time. Her B.A. in English from The College of Charleston enhanced those skills and also nurtured her love of story. She transferred sewing skills, musical talents, artistic sensibility and love of books to her three children. When her youngest daughter left for The University of South Carolina, Lisa followed, and she completed a B.A. in Media Arts in 2018. Lisa wants to combine visual art with the written word and sound to make a better story. She believes the power of creating a great story is the power to influence the world.
After a couple of stints in the military and several successful years in sales, administration, management and organization in the business world, Carlo Irwin entered the world of entertainment. Ten years of theater as an actor and then acting in several TV shows and feature films. Recurring on TV shows such as General Hospital and The Tonight Show With Johnny Carson and features such as Modern Problems, The Confessional and The Pack. One of his highlights as an actor is that he is the last actor to work with John Wayne. The next step was to segue to film production. First as a location assistant on The Streets Of San Francisco and then as a First Assistant Director, Unit Production Manager and Associate Producer on such independent films as War Cat, Forever, Warpath and The Confessional. Recently...
Born and raised in Philadelphia, I was fortunate to have lived and learned life in a melting pot of social, economic and ethnic diversity. Having witnessed racial, social and economic conflict, as well as synergies, has provided me with a diverse perspective and insight. With over 15 years of experience in the entertainment industry, Will’s background encompasses VR, VFX, Animation, Story Development & 3D Conversion. His expertise on both the creative and production sides of the industry has been a key factor in his ability to build and maintain long-term trusted relationships with filmmakers and studio execs. He has Produced VR, VFX, Animation and 3D projects for Fox, Sony, Warner Bros., Lionsgate, Paramount, Legendary Pictures, Annapurna Pictures, Alcon Entertainment, Hulu, AMC, Samsung, NYT,...
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The world of TV and movies was my first love, yet, I never imagined I could do it professionally. Regardless, I quickly climbed the corporate ladder. Ultimately, I left to pursue my dream of writing. I taught myself the art of scriptwriting and have created “Friends and Family” loosely based on my life, and “Soul Custody” a full-length horror/thriller/Comedy. “Friends & Family” is a comedy I created that is loosely based on my life before I was a mom. It’s funny, silly, ironic, and my very personal, tall tale that I want to share with others if not only to make people laugh. After all, laughter is the best, holistic, GMO-free medicine available without a prescription. "Soul Custody" a full-length psychological Horror film with comedy and thriller elements that expose...
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...
In April 2013, my book The Subtle Dance of Impulse and Light was published by Ink Brush Press. My short fiction has appeared in journals such as Folio, Big Muddy: A Journal of the Mississippi River Valley, The Broadkill Review, First Class, Blue Lake Review, The Wisconsin Review, The Mochila Review, Nth Degree, Separate Worlds, Red Rock Review, Allegory, The Evansville Review, and Metal Scratches. My story “Dated” was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. My feature-length script Candy’s First Kiss won the grand prize in the horror/sci-fi genre at the 2014 New York Screenplay Contest, the Gold Prize in horror at the 2014 Beverly Hills Screenplay Contest, third place overall in the London Film Awards Screenplay Competition, and an Honorable Mention in the 2014 WeScreenplay International Screenwriting...
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A rare triple threat: Best-selling author, internationally-produced playwright and professional screenwriter. Known for such films as "Mail Order Monster" (2018), "The Sex Trip" (2017) and "Paid in Full" (2016). Author of the best-selling humor book, "When It Comes to Spooning, I'm a Fork" and the upcoming children's book, "A Mouse in the House." Creator of the internationally-produced stage play, "Lifeboat." Splits time between Los Angeles and his home state of Michigan.
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Writer, sold a western Drama, HARD RIDE in 2004, prepping a new play, DERRICK'S GHOST, have four books published, THE WOMAN IN THE YELLOW DRESS, MAGENTA DAIRY, WAR OF GHOSTS, and THE U.S. PARTY. SHUSTER (a western) will be out in February and two children's books, A TALE OF CHRISTMAS and MADDIE ROSE will be released this coming summer. I have a literary agent for my books, Mary Ellen Gavin.
Love to tell a story. I have several completed scripts and one which I took from concept to release as a solo crew with over 40 cast members and a dozen locations on a mere 5k shooting budget: "Inside the Locket." Don't let anyone tell you it's not possible!
I practiced as a professional counselor for over 35 years and recently retired so I can pursue writing full time. I've also served as the pastor of various churches and was a chaplain in the Air National Guard, retiring with the rank of colonel. I've had the opportunity of hearing the stories of many different people from all walks of life. One common thread in all those stories is a search for hope and meaning. My goal as a screenwriter is to find entertaining and subtle ways to point people to that hope found in the grace and love of God. Over the years I've been mentored in my writing by some of the best in the field (e.g. Linda Seger) and although I haven't taken any formal classes, I've read numerous books on the subject and I've sat in (online) on various workshops on different aspects of screenwriting. ...
Erin became a finalist in the Academy Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting and in the Austin Film Festival Screenplay competition in 2013 with her script, LOST CHILDREN. She's drawn to complex characters, moral ambiguity, and a good, tense atmosphere. She's currently working on a number of new projects, and most recently developed a biopic with Panay Films.
Matthew J. Kaplan is a writer, director, producer, actor, and musician. He was born in Brooklyn, NY and still lives there with his two cats, Clementine and Bumpy. His award-winning short film It's Time for Tea (2019) is currently playing in film festivals throughout the world. Upcoming works include the feature horror-comedy Zombie Extra, the live-action television projects Handbasket and Reggie & Reinhardt, and the animated series Matty & Patty. More info about Matthew can be found at MatthewJKaplan.com
I have a diverse background with 12+ years of a variety of production experience. From producing, directing and operational aspects, to specific expertise in writing and creating engaging content across a wide range of media. I cut my teeth writing stand-ups for the late, great Steve Sabol at NFL Films. Fire-hardened editing commercial spots, directing TV segments and producing live Pay-Per-Views. Seasoned by conceptualizing and creating stories for a massive transmedia IP, video games, treatments/outlines, pitch bibles, feature-length screenplays and creatively leading artist, illustrators, and graphic designers in the creation of a comic book series.
Hi - I've been writing screenplays, plays and prose for a few years now. I’ve got several projects I'm developing with a producer, and I currently have a film script under option. I was also recently commissioned to write an opera. When not writing, I works as a copywriter and journalist - so more writing basically. My fingers are a bit sore.
I'm a comedian/actor/writer, Started stand-up in 1999. I sharpened my comedy chops as house MC at the Tampa Improv for 7 years and toured nationally with some greats, like the legendary Jackie Mason. Toured most recently as the opener for the hilarious Harland Williams. I was a Semi-Finalist in Yuk Yuk’s Great Canadian Laugh Off (2007); Regional Contender in Comedy Central’s UP NEXT Talent Search; appeared in numerous commercials including: The Melting Pot, CBS Sportsline.com, Hungry Howie's, Baynews9, Reeve’s Import Auto, Sonny’s Real Pit BBQ; also appeared in the Award Winning short film , 'Mic Check' (the 1st San Diego Best Fest); co-starred in the Award Winning short film 'The Limbo Kings', (Telly Awards - Non-Broadcast Production Lighting & People's...
Denise Meyers began her professional career as a writer in 2017 with the short film, THE DARK OF NIGHT directed by Robin Wright, and starring Academy Award winner Sam Rockwell, Leslie Bibb and Michael Godere. The film had its red-carpet world premiere at the 70th Anniversary of the Cannes Film Festival in 2017, and its North American premiere at the Palm Springs International Short Film Festival and has since won a number of prestigious short film awards including Best Short at the LA Femme International Film Festival. Meyers was recently named one of the Top 25 Screenwriters to Watch in 2018 by the International Screenwriters Association. The screenplay for THE DARK OF NIGHT was a Grand Prize Winner (Short Script Competion) for Table Read My Screenplay Austin in 2016, the same year she became the only writer in...
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Optioned scriptwriter, freelance ad writer, MFA grad, published playwright. Human robot. Maturity issues. 4 dogs, 4 t(w)eens, 1 hubs.
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BA in Communication, CSUFScreenwriting classes - UCLA, UCI, Saddleback 18/04 – CANNES SCREENPLAY CONTEST “Western Dragons” - FINALIST (Action/Adventure, 2nd Place) 18/04 – BEVERLY HILLS FILM FESTIVAL “The All-American Life Of Florance Honeypott” - Official Selection 18/01 - REEL EROTIC ART FILM FESTIVAL “Her Place” - Official Selection 17/12 – LOS ANGELES INT'L UNDERGROUND FILM FESTIVAL “Sex, Life, Love... in a small corner” - FINALIST (Honorable Mention, Top 3) 17/11 - LONDON INDIE FEST “The Myth Of Western Dragons” - FINALIST (Top 5) 17/11 - EVOLUTION! MALLORCA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL “Promise” - FINALIST (Top 8) 17/10 – EYECATCHER INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL “Why We Can't All...
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BACKGROUNDChina Jones, father of two, was born June 20, 1972, in Columbus, Ohio. He was raised by his mother and moved around the country from the east to the west coast and back, yet considers Washington D.C. & Maryland home. Attending fifteen different schools by the time he graduated high school, he was exposed to many different cultures and lifestyles, which added to his knowledge and experiences that he pours into each story he writes.EXPERIENCEChina has been writing screenplays since 1995, and has made the natural progression into directing. He graduated from New York Film Academy in 2009, and in more recent years has been editing and producing his own films. Working with established actors, musicians and producers such as Gbenga Annkinagbe from The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3 and The Wire, Grammy winning Jazz...
A Page Award Semi-Finalist, Lynn focuses on high concept ideas, interesting content and intriguing characters. She served as a Board Member on the Performing Arts Center in Burnsville, MN and as a Theater Evaluator for the Twin Cities, she now concentrates her talents full time to screenwriting. Having completed eight screenplays she continue to hone her craft while creating platforms for artistic expression through film.
A born story teller, I've been writing since I could hold a pencil. Having lived in three continents, I have an international flair. I trained in Fine Arts and Cinema, taught both for years, shared my passion for art, film, and empowering stories with my students. I learned a lot from them. I wrote, directed, and produced short films that have travelled the world. My passion if for writing screenplays. Many have earned awards and placed high in prominant competitions, especially my latest BLIND FAITH renamed A GATOR'S TALE. I also have the uncommon skill of polishing and raising other's work from ordinary to remarkable. This skill earns me the praise and loyalty of the screenwriters I've helped and mentored.
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Movieguide $10,000 Kairos Prize winner and first-generation Norwegian-American Birgit Syran Myaard (pronounced BEERgit saRAN MYerd) has honed her craft since her debut screenplay garnered a finalist nod from Creative World Awards. Her second script received an Emerging Screenwriters Family Category win (8th overall) and her adaptation, from her own translation, of one of Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen's plays is in pre-production. When writing, Chicago-born Birgit draws on her heritage, experiences gained living half her life overseas (currently in Australia), aspects of her former work as a CIA biographical analyst, and explorations of US culture through the eyes of people she has met overseas. Currently, she is writing a biopic on a notable American.
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Pat Holden is an award-winning writer director with work shown at festivals around the world including Cannes and Berlin. He has several projects in development including feature animation GALAPAGOS and SCI-FI TV pilot HELIOS RISING for which he won the ISA FAST TRACK FELLOWSHIP 2017. His feature screenplay THE BEEKEEPER'S DAUGHTER was selected for the HAROLD GREENBERG FUND in 2017. Pat is a member of the WGC, WGGB, Directors UK and BAFTA.
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David Hallock Sanders is the author of the novel Busara Road, published by New Door Books, which was shortlisted as a Finalist for the William Faulkner – William Wisdom Prize for a novel-in-progress and named a Quarter-Finalist in the Screencraft Cinematic Book Competition. His screenplay, based on the novel, was selected as a Semi-Finalist for the Rhode Island International Film Festival Screenplay Competition and the Cinequest Screenwriting Competition. He has seen his short fiction, essays, and plays published in journals and anthologies that include Sycamore Review, The Laurel Review, Baltimore Review, 2000 Voices, The Best of Philadelphia Stories, Cleaver Magazine, Talking Stick Review, Schuylkill Valley Journal, and others. He is a winner of the Third Coast national fiction competition, the Benjamin...
I am a writer/actor and have worked on stage in the U.K's Royal National Theatre alongside Sir Ian McKellen. This was a Trevor Nunn production of Ibsen's 'An enemy of the People' and is proving invaluable to the pursuit of my writing career. I am also an avid reader of novels and non-fiction historical books. The first screenplay I wrote was entitled: 'In the company of heroes' based on my Great Uncle Private James Stokes V.C. who won the Victoria Cross in the second world war. I gave a short interview on the 'History Channel' and the story features in their book: 'The Family History Project' under the title: 'An Unlikely Hero'. I also wrote an article which was published in the inaugural journal of the 'Victoria Cross society' magazine entitled: 'The Greatest Stand Firm at the Height of the Storm'. My second...
I garnered an honorable mention at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival for a biopic screenplay about the life of scientist Marie Curie. I also wrote, directed and produced a comedy about parents at an elementary school in NYC titled Tribeca PTA. I've been a script reader for The Shooting Gallery, a screenplay treatment writer for Stick Figure Productions, and have written scripts for Berkshire MultiMedia, Haley Productions and Profound Projex. I also directed a play at the Village gate in NYC titled The Writing Lesson.
Robert Rue is a New York City-based writer. His screenplay KNOWING JACK won first prize in the Drama category of the 2012 Page Awards. DETROIT (now titled ROAR) won the top prize at the 2015 Austin Film Festival. He has been featured on The Black List's website, and in 2018 he was named a "Screenwriter to Watch" by Movie Maker Magazine. His latest TV pilot script is now available in audio form on Soundcloud (https://soundcloud.com/user-239229041/sets/channel-school-an-audio-tv). In addition to being a writer, Rue is a teacher of literature and film and a long-time high school basketball coach. He is the founding editor of EdOpsJournal.com.
I am currently in the process of pushing through screenplays especially within the Horror/Thriller genres as I intend to bring a fresh wave of horror to a new generation and audience. My aim is to revive the Horror genre with creative, imaginative and thought provoking stories that will make people fall in love with the genre again. I have completed my screenplay titled “The Portal” and I am currently working on another titled “Paralysis” and have a third idea lined up that is yet to be named. Prior to my comeback into writing in 2017 I made it to the Semi – Finals of the “Nescafe Big Break” competition here in Australia for young talent to be funded towards a project and my script “The Subject Of Evil” (2001) progressed to the semi-final stages. If you would...
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...
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Writing Resume of Ian Feldman Ian Feldman, Ltd. P.O. Box 815 Holly Springs, GA 30142 +1-404-226-4351 Ian is a Writers Guild of Great Britain (WGGB) Member and has written several screenplays besides his most current dramatic and fully developed TV Pilot (a twelve episode screenplay) of the novel "Rendezvous in Majorca" completed in November of 2019. In addition, Ian's dramatic crime thriller "Fontana" - is an AWARD FINALIST in the 2019 Peachtree Village International Film Festival in Atlanta, GA , an AWARD FINALIST in the UK Film Festival in London, UK and just this month (Nov. 2019), a SEMI-FINALIST in the 2019 Big Apple Film Festival and Screenplay Competition (NYC). Ian's screenplay, "The Boy Who Rode The Dragon" - is also a New York Film Festival 2019 AWARD WINNER - and a...
Anthony Victor Badalamenti (Tony Victor) born in Brooklyn, New York and in his early teens was anemic, hunchbacked and underweight. Taking these poor health conditions into his own hands he turned his 5’9”, 130 lb. frame into 175 lb. physique and power-lifting title winner under the name, ”Tony Badal”. Working for the Dan Lurie Barbell Company while attending college he became associate editor of Muscle Training Illustrated magazine and worked in that capacity for five years, also lecturing in schools and malls. Tony made several television appearances including “Mid-day Live” with Lee Leonard and “AM New York” with Chuck McCann and appeared in “Pumping Iron” with friend and training partner Lou Ferrigno. While he was obtaining his associate degree in...
Jess Carson is a Los Angeles-based African-America Writer/Director who made her way into filmmaking in her hometown of Little Rock, Arkansas. In 2015, she decided to branch out to hone her skills in more saturated markets - first by way of Brooklyn, NY, where she was hired to write an Off-Broadway musical, Only Human, and then settling in Los Angeles, CA in 2018. Her work spans genres and her focus is on well-rounded, character-driven narratives that resonate with audiences of all demographics as well as those that put society under a lens via undertones of societal commentary. Currently, Jess is polishing a wide range of projects. Jess is a staff writer on the CW's THE FLASH and is actively working on a gritty, original feature, DEAD RED, with Broken Road Productions. She was included on Tracking Board's 2019...
I am a writer and videographer from a tiny town in Montana looking to create big and exciting stories to entertain the masses.
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Gary Piazza is an award winning screenwriter, filmmaker and photographer residing in the Pacific Northwest. He began writing and shooting videos in high school back in the 80's and never looked back. After serving in the Navy, Gary enrolled in the Hollywood Scriptwriting Institute by Donna Lee and graduated with honors. It wasn't long before he wrote a sequel to John Carpenter's, "The Thing" and sent it off to ICM where they responded with interest in the script. It was that interest that landed him an agent, Gaily Vollmer with Trans International Productions. Like many projects and successes, however, this one never made it and Trans International closed their doors soon after. It was only a matter of months before Gary found his second agent in Venice Beach, CA. Suzanne Moore, with Miller-Moore Talent. The...
Tom began his writing career as a playwright at university in 2004, before finding his home writing for the screen. In 2012 he moved into producing and the following year he founded Cannibal Films with Alex Lightman and Ern Herrmann. He wrote and produced their debut feature Tear Me Apart which world premiered in competition at the Austin Film Festival 2015. More recently he has written two series for blackpills - Immortality (released 2018) and Off (in development) - and consults on and rewrites for a variety of content. Cannibal Films continues to expand as they grow their slate. Impressed by their achievement on Tear Me Apart, Mark Sandell, previously founding partner of Trinity Filmed Entertainment, joined the company in 2016 to help develop a slate of commercial projects. They are now developing and producing a...
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Daniel Lawrence Abrams grew up in NYC attending Trinity School and Stuyvesant High School. He graduated from the University of Michigan's honors program with a degree in Psychology. Abrams earned a US Patent for one of his inventions and gave a TEDx Talk. As of February 18, 2020, two of Abrams’ feature film scripts (“EXABYTE” where he has sole writing credit, as well as “THE VACATIONERS” which he co-wrote with Grant Taylor) have earned 15 accolades in assorted film festivals’ screenplay contests, including: • Quarter-Finalist (Top-4% of 1600 submissions) Francis Ford Coppola's Zoetrope (as of 02/18/20) • Honorable Mention: London Film Awards (2018) • Finalist in Los Angeles CineFest 2019 • Honorable Mention: London Film Awards (2018) • 2018...