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Getting older since birth, David decided to get busy writing, a passion developed as a teenager. Years of having characters dance around his head became unbearable, writing THE LOFTS and his first sci-fi FUTURECAST. David grew up in the deserts of New Mexico. After a stint in the US Navy and graduating college, lived in Kansas and California for a few years each. He and his wife spent twelve wonderful years in Springfield, MO where much of his inspiration comes from, and began serious writing. A short story –Fortunate Son, published at – received Editor’s Pick. The ever present desire to create and entertain, he continues other high concept sci-fi projects such as DOPPLEGAMER & SMALL CREATURES, in addition to people-focused dramas. He now delves into screenwriting by adapting THE LOFTS to the...
Copyeditor (owner of Ink Tracks Editing), novel judge for Writer's Digest Self-Published Book and E-Book Awards, short story & screenwriting judge for NYC Midnight, writer, poet, NYU grad, web designer, kid chauffeur, Reiki Master, insomniac.
With her passion for true crime stories, Patricia K. Meyer has written screenplays for Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro's Tribeca Productions, at Touchstone/Disney, New Line, Fox, and Paramount. Meyer wrote miniseries and movies-of-the-week for CBS and NBC. She also developed and executive produced six network movies with Von Zerneck/Sertner Films for CBS, NBC, and ABC. Meyer's first production, the ABC miniseries THE WOMEN OF BREWSTER PLACE starred Oprah Winfrey and received an Emmy®nomination and an Image Awards for Outstanding Miniseries. She executive produced Nora Ephron’s directorial debut, THIS IS MY LIFE, for Twentieth Century Fox. Meyer made her directorial debut with THE LIST, a short tragic-comedy she wrote and produced, and which screened at seven major film festivals. Her recently produced...
B R U C E L O G A N DGA Director West Coast DP IATSE 600 Remember Luke Skywalker blowing up the Death Star in Star Wars? How about the tail-fin of a plane prowling through the clouds in Airplane? The movie’s first journey into cyberspace when Tronfights for the users on the game-grid? Or Lily Tomlin, The Incredible Shrinking Woman, falling down her own garbage disposal? All of them indelible cinematic images immortalized by Bruce Logan. A versatile, two-time Emmy-winning Writer/Director. A Director/Cameraman of commercials specializing in Comedy, Action and Special Visual Effects. His projects have won two of advertising’s most coveted award, a Golden Lion at the Cannes film festival, and has several Superbowl spots to his credit. Multi-faceted, he...
Simon Olivier currently lives in Eastbourne on England’s south coast, and when he’s not uncovering new hiking routes through rugged Sussex downland, he explores themes of identity and belonging in his feature and TV screenplays. With a Film Studies degree under his belt, Simon cut his on-set teeth in the camera department, on countless commercials, music videos and short films, while also writing script coverage for Summit Entertainment, LA. He has shot documentary in New Orleans in the wake of Katrina, directed brand films for Bacardi UK and written and directed two award-winning short films (‘Feminine Incite’ and ‘Burned’). His feature documentary ‘Eva Cassidy: Timeless Voice’ premiered on Sky Arts, and he wrote the award-winning indie Britflick feature ‘Boogie...
Screenwriter by night, charity manager by day. Determined to make use of running a small community hub by making it the default location for all my short scripts and sketches: It's very cheap and I've got the keys. It'd be rude not to, wouldn't it? A freelance writer for ten years, with experience in blogging, journalism, business writing, PR and social media management, I turned to screenwriting four years ago. With a feature, a pilot and numerous shorts completed, I’ve a number of other projects at various stages of development. These range from warmhearted drama and comedy thriller to young adult fantasy and horror. I pride myself on my versatility and ability to deliver a brief on time and to the required standard. Shortlisted for the 26th Euroscript Story Competition 2020 with psychological thriller...
Tyler is an Actor/DP turned screenwriter. Growing up in Texas, he has seen and experienced the mythology of Texas characters and settings. These characters fight and claw their way into stories to be examined, torn apart, and built back up. Tyler looks at humanity in characters and explores what drives that individual. Through short films and scripts, Tyler has been employed to explore people's stories on screen.
Elle captures the hearts and minds of many with her unique, entertaining, and insightful brand of storytelling filled with emotional truth, which stems from her myriad of life experiences. She specializes in high-concept female-centric stories, and she's able to intricately weave an exciting and adventurous blockbuster tale with the heart and soul of an indy film. Her stories captivate you from the first scene and take you on the ride of your life culminating with a visceral and cathartic moment that will change your life forever. Elle is a trained actor, has been writing songs and stories since a very young age, and has lived a double life of artist and business person. She has real life experiences that range from heart-stopping to heart-tugging. She's an adventurer, truth seeker, and spreads peace,...
Susan is an award winning screenwriter and filmmaker. She has written and directed two features and several short films. Her feature directorial debut, THE MO of MI played in over 30 independent film festivals across the country and abroad before it was acquired and distributed by Ardustry Home entertainment. Her second feature film, CHANGING SPOTS was produced from her award-winning screenplay of the same name where it also found nationwide success on the festival circuit before distribution by Pet Projects Entertainment. The film has recently been adapted into a novel. Midwest born and raised, Susan earned her film degree from the University of Texas in Austin. She currently resides in Los Angeles, pursuing her passion of storytelling and working in television as a promo writer/producer for the JUDGE JUDY...
AR Neal (Andree Robinson-Neal/she/her/hers) supervises doctoral school faculty by day and writes voraciously by night. Her interests include science fiction (she has a novel, lovingly called her space epic, in the works), thriller, fantasy, and horror. Although she has several published fiction and academic works, she's a newcomer to the screenplay scene. She has a television pilot and two feature-length scripts on her desk. She enjoys a good yarn, particularly one with no loose ends. She also enjoys stories that look under the rocks of life and expose to light the things most would prefer not to see. Areas of writing and reading interest: anti-oppression, indigeous people groups, religious and irreligious practices, anti-heroes, female leads (think Uma Thurman in "Kill Bill"), funny animation, and thought-provoking...
Gregory Bonds currently resided in Monterey, CA. He's studied with International Screenwriter's Association and Roadmap Writers and has MBA Certification from Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business. He's a Writer/Actor/Director listed on IMDB, as well as a Voice Talent for STARS Agency, S.F. who's voice has been featured at the NY Met. He's studied Old & New Testament Theology, as well as researches Exopolitics, Aliens, Ancient History, Religions, and Cultures. He builds worlds from his vast storehouse of knowledge on these esoteric subject matters. It's all about bridging the gap between Modern Times and Ancient Earth Histories through Fantasy and Sci-fi based scripts. He's also a Vocalist/Karaoke Star and CEO of a small corporation.
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I create surreal, carefully constructed stories that dissect love, morality, oppression, identity crises, alienation, and stagnation by catapulting characters into absurd, almost comically juxtaposed worlds where they must use self-examination as a tool for escape and redemption. Background: I guess it all began with me hanging out of the back of a moving van as I threw raw meat to a big grizzly bear, so the cameraman could get the perfect shot. Yeah, I started in production, reality television to be exact. But, it wasn’t all bad, I got to party with rock stars, shoot guns off with bikini girls in the mountains and even got to stand in as a prostitute monkey, while the real monkey sat in her air-conditioned trailer, watching tv. After years of that, I decided to move back into development, which was a lot...
Melanie Chartoff might best be known from peak moments in the entertainment zeitgeist, currently viewable on YouTube and streaming online: 1. In the infamous Andy Kaufman incident on the late-night comedy show, Friday’s, the comic ruins a sketch live on the air, demeaning the material and the show. His prissy wife throws rolls at him and stares him down as Michael Richards and Jack Burns tussle with him in a preplanned improvisation that kicked off staged reality on network television. Melanie plays the wife, later immortalized in Milos Forman’s film, Man on the Moon. 2. On “The Fire” episode of Seinfeld: trying to escape a small smoky kitchen fire, George Costanza knocks over his girlfriend Robin’s kid’s birthday party attendees and her mother on a walker. And in the Final Seinfeld...
Ex police, ex market leading UK private detective. Author of The Biggest Gang in Britain (trilogy) Amazon Books. Completed (2) two full length screenplay and (2) one 60 minute (editing allowance) pilot for TV plus skeleton episodes, based on true life experiences as a police officer(1) and private detective.(2)
Writer/Producer with 30+ feature scripts written and over $40M in television Assoc. Produced. Co-creator of the Nevada Film Tax Credit. Owner of Large Format Cameras.
Steven Dark, writer, poet and actor has in addition to writing and presenting one-man shows including "Embrace the Darkness - The Gothic Imagination and the meaning of Horror' and "Dylan thomas - the Myth &the Man" he is the author of "Is Hypnosis Dangerous" (published PhD dissertation), the anthology "Poetry in Flesh - Songs of Melancholia & Dark Obsessions" (available from Amazon), several full length scripts including "After Dark" a camp horror thriller, "Last Legs" a bitter sweet drama of triumph in the face of insurmountable odds and the stage play "Each Man ..." a simple tragedy of a complex family torn apart by alcoholism. He has, over the years, been involved with many performance groups including the infamous 'Across the Mersy Theatre' (Edinburgh Fringe 1987) an offshoot of the notorious 'Cavern...
is a comedy drama TV writer whose strengths stem from her deep connection to her mixed South and Southeast Asian heritage. Having been raised in both the east and the west, her stories seek to bridge the gap between the two worlds on screen.
Carole got her start in the entertainment industry acquiring content for several cable networks, eventually leaving her last job as head of programming for The Playboy Channel, and set her sights on being an independent film producer. She soon co-produced CAPPUCCINO, a micro-budget film noir written and directed by Craig Ross, Jr., which won the IFFM Gordon Parks award. It was working on this film that steered Carole back in the direction of her first love, writing. Over the next few years, while working in business affairs at Warner Brothers, Disney, MTV and New Line Cinema, Carole honed her craft. After being laid off at Jaffe/Braunstein films, where she worked on 9 TV movies and 2 miniseries (including THE ANDROMEDA STRAIN reboot, a coproduction with Scott Free), she started writing full-time. To date she has...
Greetings! My name is Hana Chaney, and I am a 21 year old female children's animation scriptwriter from Athens, Ga. I have been writing diligently for most of my life, and have been diving into the world of scripts for the past few years. My main focus is on children's cartoons, as those stories are the most entertaining and enjoyable to work on and write for me. My mind never stops, and is constantly in overdrive. Spewing new and fascinating ideas left and right, coming up with crazy adventures and fun twists on classic formats! I absolutely love coming up with entertaining plots and planning out entire seasonal arcs, scrutinizing every last detail until they are ready for the world. The entire process is immensely fun to me, and I hope to never stop. I am a quick and fast learner, soaking up as much information...
I'm a screenwriter, screenwriting instructor, script consultant, and producer. I've sold scripts, had a short produced, won contests, and written professional script coverage. I'm the organizer for the Vancouver Screenwriters Meetup Group, one of the largest screenwriting community groups in Canada with over 1,000 members. I also have five years of PA and security experience on location, in studio, and in the production office, and indie filmmaking experience as a script supervisor, 1st and 2nd AD, camera assistant, grip, gaffer, and slate operator.
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.
54/yo male. I identify as a ham sandwich. My pronouns are 'it', 'that', and 'what?'. I'm not PC and don't care if your offended. I can edit fubar scripts, well and quickly, and have realigned many to the likes of the original writers. If you're a grammar Nazi, we'll get along as long as you don't care that I make mitsakes and that I don’t care, though I tend to fix most of them (lol) and am not a whiner when it comes to fixing what I fixed because you want something different, again, and again, and again. I don’t have a problem with it if your check clears. I have created many original scripts and back in 2013 I submitted to some script competitions (not really worth my time or money and most aren't) and won many honorable mentions with a few wins. If they aren't buying my scripts, it don't mean...
After college, I was fortunate to attend the very prestigious American Academy of Dramatic Arts, where I was part of the first graduating class in L. A. During my 20 years as a struggling actor, I appeared on such shows as Mash, WKRP in Cincinnati, and General Hospital. For a short time, I taught an acting workshop. I teach what I am, a "naturalistic" actor. You can't just be "method" or "technical". Being able to unlock your sense memory does no good unless you have the technique to convey it to your audience. You can find free tips and suggestions at Blueprint to Acting .
"Writer-Girl kArMa" ღღ "You must stay drunk on writing, so reality cannot destroy you." ღღ (Ray Bradbury) ************************************************************************************************ Writing, to me, is like breathing—without it I would cease to exist. It is my passion, my joy, a cathartic release, and my creative dance with words that I openly share with the world around me... KARMA CHRISTINE SALVATO is an emerging writer who is enthusiastically chasing after her writing dream. Her passion for the written word and the desire to achieve her dream factor into every decision she makes. She is a quirky, perky, animated, imaginative girl who approaches life with passion and zest. Salvato has a love and appreciation for film and the art of filmmaking, as well as television and the...
Albert brings a diverse set of life experiences to his writing and filmmaking: a childhood in Canada as the son of Chinese immigrants, a Ph.D. from MIT in Electrical Engineering, 15 years of marriage to his husband, parenting two kids adopted from birth, and an acting career working with the likes of Kevin Bacon, Helen Hunt, Liev Schreiber, Julia Stiles, Matthew McConaughey, and Jennifer Garner.
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.
My purpose, whether I’m writing scripts or teaching struggling students, is always threefold: to educate, to inspire, and to entertain. I recently moved to Los Angeles following a nearly decade-long career in special education that began in New York City and took me to Hong Kong. I am a firm believer that everyone has something to offer, a story to tell, and have always worked hard both in the classroom and on the page to elevate those whose voices have been traditionally overlooked or misrepresented. Through my stories, I hope to inspire others to learn about the intersectionality and interconnectivity that binds us all. Tackling topics from racial bias in the LGBTQ+ community to mental health in Hong Kong, I aim to write scripts that ask people to reflect on their own experiences and even prejudices. During my...
Born and raised in downtown Toronto, Paul finished high school, dodged university, instead setting off to Alberta’s oil patch. Working as a seismic surveyor, fracker, acidizer and also in construction, he was employed and lived all over the Canadian West, settling in Vancouver for a couple of years before returning to his hometown at 22. Trying his hand in sales, he got hired as an account exec at a Steelcase office furniture dealer, became the highest selling salesperson in the company’s history, and quit to tour the world at 28 with $100k in his pocket. Starting with a one-way ticket to Samoa, he hitched rides on yachts all over the Pacific, Southeast Asia, Japan and Central America, and rough-travelled deep into little explored parts of Laos, Malaysian Borneo, Indonesia and other regions. Settling...
10-year ad pro turned screenwriter. Born and raised West Virginian, former Hong Konger, and current Brooklynite. Check out my past, present, and future work at www.davidpsalisbury.com
MICHAEL GOLDBURG is an award-winning writer/director and alum of NYU's Graduate Film Program. Michael's feature screenplay for his crime comedy, SURE-FIRE, is a top-ranked script on Coverfly and has placed in top screenwriting competitions, including ScreenCraft and Shore Scripts. Michael also made a celebrated short proof of concept of SURE-FIRE that has screened at numerous film festivals and won multiple awards. The short also caught the attention of Sony Pictures Classics and Bleecker Street who are both tracking the feature for distribution. Michael’s team for the SURE-FIRE feature includes advisor Joe Pirro, Head of Production at Symbolic Exchange, founded by James Schamus (former CEO of Focus Features), who feels SURE-FIRE is "one of the funniest scripts he's ever read" and Michael is part of the "next...
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...
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My motion picture career started at age eight, when I wrote, produced, directed and starred in the five minute, 8mm epic TERROR OF THE HAUNTED HOUSE. A lot of years, some documentaries and short films, and a couple of dozen feature screenplays later (including three A.M.P.A.S. Nicholl Fellowships Quarterfinalists and placements in a fair number of other competitions), I figure I'm finally ready to start earning my livelihood as a professional screenwriter.
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Non-WGA writer. One horror/thriller script sold as ghostwriter. Four screenplays optioned including prior Nicholl Semi-Finalist. Award winning author of six award-winning fantasy novels including a Gold Medal for contemporary fantasy in the Global EBook Awards. Book and Lyrics for one musical theater project. Has also authored a published short story collection. Member of the Scriptwriters Network and Dramatists Guild
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Christopher T. Lovett began his writing career by starting a newsletter for his old company. This reignited his passion for writing and he went on to write and produce fifteen monologues and object lessons for youth pastors and church drama teams through a new company, StoryStones Inc. In 2013, after his first screenplay, Ties That Bind, was a finalist in the 8th annual Kairos Prize for Spiritually Uplifting Screenplays and placed in the Top 100 of the 2013 Emerging Screenwriters screenplay competition, Chris closed his two companies and pursued writing screenplays full time. Never fear, Chris didn't just do this on a whim his wife is a CPA. He decided being a kept man was a much better gig than working the other two jobs, and reports better benefits too. During this time, Chris collaborated on a short story,...
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Aimee Dansereau is a biracial, sci-fi/fantasy, award-winning screenwriter whose work features complex female protagonists and beautifully flawed characters. She builds worlds through words that not only include people of diverse backgrounds, but puts them front and center. She believes the best villains are those that are relatable. She is a WeScreenplay Diverse Voices Winner. Her work has been recognized by such contests as the Screencraft Screenwriting Fellowship, Austin Film Festival, Shore Scripts, SWN Screenplay Competition, Screencraft TV Pilot Contest, amongst others. She recently got her feet wet as a producer, and the 1st episode of the sci-fi comedy web series, My Human Experience, which she co-created, produced, and wrote, is now an official selection at the Beyond the Curve Film Festival in Paris, France. ...
Corporate drone by day. Screenwriter by night and on lunch breaks, the toilet, etc... I am a student of film and story, learning and breaking the rules. My first script, A Girl to Love, has gathered four recommends and recently placed in the quarter finals of Scriptapalooza's 2020. Currently writing and producing my first short and rewriting a second feature. I like to write films that connect with our humanity through the characters that walk among us -- like the next Punch Drunk Love, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, or Adaptation.
Though I have yet to sell a spec, I am still hopeful and still pursuing my dreams. I wrote directed a film when I was twenty, that is currently available on Amazon, Roku, Vudu and Itunes. In my ten year pursuit to become s working writer I have learned the lesson that many before me, and many after will learn... The hardest part about pursuing a career in screenwriting is getting eyes on your script. I am impressed by reviews and what I have read on this site and hope that I can someday provide a producer on this site with a script they are excited to pursue.
Desa Larkin-Boutté is a television and feature screenplay writer based in Los Angeles, California. Her body of work is varied, though united through highlighting under-serviced themes or communities. Whether it be race and identity (Zora & Zizi), the love and heartache of a senior living facility (The Old & the Restless), or depression in the black community (How to Be), Desa’s mission is to start a conversation through the stories she tells. In addition, Desa also specializes in adaptation. From a feminist twist on 1001 Nights (Arabian Days), a little known gothic thriller from Louisa May Alcott (A Long Fatal Love Chase), to a Creole twist on a favored fairy tale (The Red Shoes), the stories she chooses to adapt all feature women fighting against insurmountable odds. Born in Los Angeles,...
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I was born in Portugal in 1978. Went to college to get a degree in Computer Engineering but, when I was completing my second year of college, my mother got sick with breast cancer and was not able to work anymore. My father could not afford to pay for my studies on his own and so I found myself in the need of finding a full time job. I started working as an IT technician at Lisbon Airport and five years later I became a programmer. I did try to get back to college but by then I already had a baby and a full time job and found it was too much for me to handle, so I had to give up on college again. In July 2012, I began writing short screenplays as a hobby because of my huge passion for movies. “The Robbery” was my first produced short screenplay and it was nominated for best screenplay at...
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Charise Sowells is a graduate of Orange County School of the Arts and New York University's Tisch School of the Arts where she won awards for her scripts and received academic honors. Her thesis play, (562), was accepted into the DC Black Theater Festival and adapted into a feature film. Her movie musical script, Barbie Darlin', was a quarterfinalist in the 2019 Your Script Produced contest. As of 2020, her half-hour pilot, Welcome to the Dungeon, was a Quarterfinalist in Final Draft’s Big Break contest and Stage 32’s Diversity Springboard competition. A one act she wrote called An Ocean In My Soul had a sold out world premiere at the Santa Monica Playhouse in the fall of 2019 and was granted an encore run. In 2020, that same play was added to a curated collection called “Decolonizing the...
Paul W. Cooper has been a working freelance television and motion picture screenwriter for more than thirty years. With over 60 television credits and one motion picture, his awards include three Emmys, the Humanitas Prize, the Writers Guild Award and Kairos Prize. He wrote the critically acclaimed film ONCE UPON A TIME WHEN WE WERE COLORED winning Best Picture honors at the Movie Guide Awards. His television credits include MURDER, SHE WROTE, HIGHWAY TO HEAVEN, LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE and THE WALTONS. He served as Story Editor on Oprah Winfrey's dramatic series BREWSTER PLACE. And has instructed Film and Television Writing at Pepperdine University. Paul has written a number of films for cable television, which have appeared on Showtime, Disney, the Animal Planet and Family Channels. He wrote “The...
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I’m from the deep south, where I was raised to believe family is everything, no matter how dysfunctional. The second child of a teen mom and a junkyard-owning daddy, I grew up believing police were the bad guys and savings account was a euphemism for bail money. In fact, I became a lawyer mainly to keep my family and friends out of jail. It didn’t always work. I write about strong females in flawed families, usually involved in crime, because it’s kind of what I know.
Joan Macbeth is the co-creator of the digital series Honestly Charlotte, based on her award-winning short film of the same name. She previously was co-writer and executive producer on the documentary My Shanghai, and worked with LA producer Michael Gruskoff (My Favorite Year, Young Frankenstein) on the script adaptation of Jennie Shortridge’s novel, When She Flew. An optioned screenwriter, Macbeth prefers to write female-driven feature scripts and has received top awards in several writing competitions. She is an alumna of the ScreenwritingU ProSeries and Writers Bootcamp in Los Angeles, and administers the international screenwriting competition for Women in Film and Television Vancouver.
Sean Coons is an author, screenwriter, musician, and educator living in Redondo Beach, California. He has written for The Atlantic and Salon, covering topics ranging from history to culture to Hollywood, and has toured the US and abroad as an entertainer. His screenplay, Felicity Falling, co-written by Brent Taylor Stenhouse, was selected as a finalist in the Script Pipeline Competition, and his first novel, Body: or, How Hope Confronts Her Shadow and Calls the Flutter Girl to Flight, was published in 2019 by Black Rose Writing.
I was born. We moved around a lot. Now I'm in Los Angeles. It's sunny here.
Jamie Anderson was recognized as "The New Female Film Director to Watch Out For in 2020" by Viva Glam Magazine, and "Top 25 Writers to Watch in 2018" by The International Screenwriters' Association. She won Best Director for her film "Punching Bag" at the Los Angeles Short Film Festival 2018, which was also an official selection at Oscar Qualifying HollyShorts, Directors Circle, LA Comedy Fest, London Shorts on Tap, and numerous others. Her short film, "I'm F%$#ing Fine", won Best Dark Comedy at the Hollywood Comedy Shorts Film Festival 2019, prestigious Vitruvian Award from the DaVinci International Film Festival 2019, and was selected again for Oscar Qualifying HollyShorts 2019. With two films on the festival circuit in 2020, her satirical short, "Me Too Nice", won Best Dark Comedy and has been selected for...
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Jordan Taylor is an aspiring screenwriter from the UK; married to a lovely girl from Chihuahua, Mexico; have two young boys ... and recently bullied into buying a little puppy (a Jack Russell, not a Chihuahua). Jordan likes memes, movies and talking about himself in the third person.
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Christopher is a multi-talented writer-director-actor who has worked on over 150 films, theatrical productions, VR, video-games, and immersive entertainments on three continents. He has worked with and trained Hollywood talents such as Alex Reid, Tanya Saracho, Raul Castillo, Emily Deschanel, Lindsey Lohan, Dan Folger, Keith David, Zakes Mokae, Diane Ladd, as well as rising pop stars Tyler Cole and Madison Rose and punk goddess Haley Dahl of Sloppy Jane. His first feature film as a writer/director ‘The Bellwether’ (the world’s first female-lead solo film) was released in 2019. His award-winning shorts have also been distributed worldwide. He has been a development executive and story consultant for Hollywood. He has also written and directed 360-films. He has been commissioned for features,...
David is a CINE award-winning writer/director/producer. His documentaries have won numerous awards and have appeared on PBS and been distributed worldwide. David also has three screenplay credits. Theo: A genetically evolved teenager must outwit a malevolent scientist bent on harvesting his advanced DNA. Drawn To Death: A brilliant painter inspired by death and gore uses social media devotees to supply him fresh subject matter attracting the attention of a ruthless alcoholic detective. The Grid: Led by a woman warrior and counseled by an aging, disabled whistleblower, a ragtag group of dissidents wages war with the surveillance-intense apparatus seeking their destruction.
Do I write? I write. And I write. As I lay down the stones of what I hope to one day become the path towards a directing carreer, I write. So, if writing is needed, count me in. For I'm here to write. I write.