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I have a minor actor's credit as Henry's Man in Sam Raimi's ARMY OF DARKNESS. I was Script Department Manager at Hollywood Book and Poster Company for several years. I was the Lead Movie Research Coder at OTX (aka IPSOS OTX aka WorldWide Motion Picture Group) for ten years. I'm an optioned screenwriter having set up a project with Jeff Balis of "Waiting". I feel I have a strong voice writing sarcastic comedy-dramas.
I currently reside in Melbourne, Australia.
Phillip E. Hardy is creative maverick, who can craft compelling stories in every genre. He is a ten time optioned screenwriter, who is currently having four projects shopped by producers including Shaun O’Banion, Richard Clark Jr, Sean Hoessli and has signed a shopping agreement with de Passe Jones Entertainment. His work has been in front of Tyler Perry Studios, Paramount Studios, Ridley Scott, Martin Scorsese, William Morris Endeavor and many others. He has placed and won over a hundred film festivals and contests including Page International, Austin Film Festival, Cannes Screenplay, Shore Scripts, Screencraft, Beverly Hills Film Festival and Harlem International Film Festival. Phillip has obtained a bachelor of science in business management, a master of management and is a Stanford University Certified...
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I'm a full-time screenwriter and novelist with a former career as an elementary school teacher. I brand myself generally in edgy, 4-quadrant/YA/family material, though one of my novels is an adult sci-fi mystery. My works have been optioned 5 times and have won places and Top Ten Finalist honors in numerous screenplay competitions, with particular success in the PAGE International Screenwriting Awards and the Capital Fund Screenplay Competition (a contest run by studio-level film financiers). I've also optioned a YA action/thriller "vampire slayer" book series that I've adapting for a feature series and/or limited TV series. I've written four novels currently selling on Amazon, all published by Short On Time Books of Florence, AZ. Most recently, I was hired by Level 4 Press, a traditional book publisher, to...
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Marni is a screenwriter and technical advisor who specializes in features and television series with academic and ethical themes. Her genres include drama, grounded sci-fi, dark fantasy and thrillers. She holds degrees in neuroscience and anthropology with graduate studies in cognitive neurobiology. Marni won the Grand Prize in the ISA Table Read My Screenplay competition and received a read at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival for her feature, SYVERTSEN’S COMPLEX. The same script was a Nicholl semifinalist and ranked #14 on the Hot 100 List of the Capital Fund Screenplay Competition 2017.
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Lindiwe Mueller-Westernhagen is a songwriter turned screenwriter. As the daughter of an American author and South African mother who created South Africa’s first TV talk show, it was this backdrop where Lindiwe learned the power of words, media, and the arts, to share stories that impact our world. “Growing up as a latchkey kid in a white neighborhood, television was my most supportive parent imaginable. Seeing people that looked like me, made me feel seen, heard and understood,” explains Lindiwe. Her characters are the freaks that fight to break stigmas, the outcasts that show their human spirit rise up time and time again, and the rebels that stand up against social norms of society. Her first short film, Desmond’s Not Here Anymore, won the 2019 HollyShorts Screenplay contest and will be...
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Andy Maycock grew up in New York, went to college in Ohio, got a Finance job in Pennsylvania, and in 1994 returned home to get his Master's in Education. He teaches English, Cinema, Acting, and Screenwriting in a suburban high school where he is also the Media Director. His work includes the screenplay The Best Man's Privilege, which caught the eye of writer-producer-director Josh Stolberg ("Good Luck Chuck”). Josh played a big role in helping Andy develop the script, which eventually became a semifinalist at the Austin Film Festival. Andy's teen-driving adventure Getaway, Inc. was a top-ten finisher in the Writers on the Storm Contest, and more recently, his noir thriller The Hitchcock Murders won the Grand Prize at the ISA Table Read My Screenplay Competition, which got him a trip to Sundance and a table read...
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Tawny Stokes aka Vivi Anna is a New York Times and USA Today and award-winning Canadian multi-published author in paranormal romance, urban fantasy, scifi, and young adult. Since 2003, she’s written and published over 40 books for New York publishers such as Harlequin, Kensington and Simon & Schuster. She’s also independently published several projects on her own. Tawny is also a screenwriter and TV writer and has won the 2012 Acclaim TV pilot contest, and has semi-finaled in Austin, Slamdance, Stage 32 and Finishline script competitions.
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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.
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 formally trained as a stage actor then transitioned into a playwright, then screenwriter. I have authored a variety of stageplays, musicals and growing number of screenplays and works for television. I have been a featured writer at The Seven Devils Playwrights Conference and have had works make to both the semi-finalist and finalist rounds of the Eugene O'Neil National Playwrights Conference. I have been a member of the Playwright/Directors Unit at The Actors Studio, where my play Wetiko was read, with a moderated discussion afterwards my Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Stephen Adly Guirgis. I currently have works in development with Barefoot Studio Pictures and Eidetic Pictures.
My name is Andreas Andersson and I am 32 years old.I started writing stories back at 2012 when I first started in this business. I prefer writing revenge thrillers. I also have written horror scripts. I have co-written a couple of feature scripts over the years but since I've been working with the wrong people, I now work solo.
LuChristy Waites was born in Los Angeles, California. Being fascinated with her own ethnic origin, and love of myths and tales from around the world, her travels through Mexico, China, Thailand, and Mongolia, influenced her creating places and people that do not exist, and events that could not possibly happen. From 2001-2010, she published a web serial story site, The FantaSim Tales, under the pseudonym, Sistergirl, that won several recognitions, including three from Maxis, the official home of all The Sims games. She has had three short children stories published alone, including A Miracle Wish (2011), and several adult stories, co-written with author Ronald T. Ray, in two collections (Killer, And Other Stories, 2013; Bonespur, 2014). Ms. Waites began writing short screenplays, teleplays, and...
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.
I grew up in a small town in southern New Jersey. After graduating high school, I attended the Rochester Institute of Technology's School of Film and Animation in upstate New York. Upon graduation, I moved to Brooklyn, NY and I've been there ever since, working on productions and writing my own scripts.
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Derek, a Bostonian of Middle Eastern and Native American (Sioux) descent, graduated from Harvard University majoring in Creative Writing & Literature in 2011. He then spent a year teaching Beginner’s Screenwriting at Grub Street before receiving his Masters Degree in Screenwriting from the American Film Institute in 2014. After AFI, Derek quickly found success at their Screenwriter’s Showcase, optioning his award-winning (Grand Prize Creative World Awards, Grand Prize Table Read My Screenplay London) action/comedy script THE WHEELMAN to Original Film (Fast & Furious franchise) and Sony. Original Film hired Derek to rewrite his script, now for a female lead, which lead to Derek becoming a member of the Writer’s Guild of America West. THE WHEELMAN is now in the hands of Datura Studios and...
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I was born to be a writer, and have been all of my life. To this day my parents will only accept hand-written cards from me on their birthdays or anniversaries. Hallmark will never suffice as long as I can write a TCBoriginal for them! I started with poems, then moved on to a novel, and since then I have completed 5 screenplays, and a pilot for television. I am also a lyricist and have written many songs as well. One of my screenplays, "Turning Tables", was runner up in the screenplay festival contest. Turning Tables also had a successful table read and is partially cast with Debra Wilson, Joey Lawrence, and Richard and Patricia Herd. I do not write one specific genre. I have a dramedy, four dramas, a thriller, and a faith-based screenplay. Though I love being around people, and am a successful restaurant manager,...
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Screenwriter currently residing in Colorado Springs, CO, previously from Los Angeles, CA. I also am a stand up comedian as well as part time actor.
Kenneth Goorabian is a Writer/Musician/Humorist, self-described as having more in common with a peach pit, than Brad Pitt. His feature screenplays include the Adventure/Comedy “Once Upon a Tim,” a Family friendly, Action/Adventure “Adventureman Jack,” a Horror/Thriller “Ex-Scream Makeover,” and his latest Action/Comedy feature “Dead Again.” His short screenplays “What Comes Around” and “Perfect Choices” were filmed in Los Angeles in 2011 and his shorts “Parting Shot” and “Old Habits” are set to begin filming in New Jersey and Los Angeles in the spring of 2019. He is owner of wordrockers.com , a full service copywriting agency and spends his free time playing guitar in his rock band sMALLTIME, writing screenplays, fiction...
Chris Rodriguez was born in the Bronx in 1984. He studied Film at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. Prior to film school, Chris was an intern for Oscar-winning director, Jonathan Demme. Chris has worked with Golden Globe-winning producers, Christopher Goode and Kerry Orent on numerous productions including: Tony Gilroy’s, Duplicity; David Chase’s, Not Fade Away; Scott Frank’s, A Walk Among the Tombstones; AMC’s, Rubicon; Showtime’s, The Affair, and Jodie Foster’s, Money Monster. His first short film, Early Learnings qualified for the Academy Award for Best Live Action Short in 2015. The film premiered in the fall of 2014 at the Sundance Sunset Cinemas in West Hollywood, California. Early Learnings had its NYC Theatrical Premiere at the legendary Anthology Film Archives in...
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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...
Adeyemi is an award-winning screenwriter/playwright hailing from South London and Creative Writing graduate from Birkbeck University of London. His first two short films – Therapy (2011) and Closure (2015) – were screened at the BFI (the first as part of the BFI Future Film Festival) and selected for BAFTA-qualifying Carmarthen Bay Film Festival respectively, as well as a number of other festivals. He graduated from the Royal Court's Writers' Group and his writing has been staged at British theatres including Southwark Playhouse, Birmingham Rep and Theatre Royal Stratford East. In 2017, his play The Cage received the ‘Enter Stage Write Award’ at the Birmingham Rep. In 2018, his play These Minging Streets was long-listed for the Alfred Fagon award, having started its life as a short play...
I am the author of 13 screenplays, a stage play and the book and lyrcs of a musical. In addition, I've written numerous one-acts and shorts. I am a 5 time nominee and 2 time winner of Triggerstreet.com's Screenplay of the Month. My script "Why We Fight" was previously under option to producer Todd Grodnick of Merrill Entertainment. My script "I Second That Amendment" (co-written with Bob Thielke) was a semifinalist in the 2014 Big Break Screenwriting Competition under the title "Guns For N*****s." I learned playwriting working as a stage manager with children's author, songwriter and playwright Shel Silverstein on several of his stage projects. I began my career as an actor, and have appeared in over two dozen films, including "All That Jazz" and "Kramer vs. Kramer," as well as on TV in "All My Children" and...
Biography - I have an Honors B.A. from York University, Bachelor of Education and Masters of Education degrees from the University of Toronto. I am the honorary recipient of a provincial Education Merit Award and of a prestigious, international Educator of the Year Award.Presently, I'm 'retired' and persuing "La Dolce Vita" that comes from staying healthy, reading and writing, associating with good friends, and being immersed in family life. Motivations - Do you recall some of your childhood fantasies? I do. Playing hockey in the NHL, running the marathon, piloting a plane; skydiving, traveling around the world, becoming a movie actor, writing a best seller; and endless more flights of fancy.These imagined experiences are a part of growing up, despite age, and greatly gratifying. I have indeed, through...
Jessica Burnett is screenwriter and actor based in Atlanta. She is the winner of Roadmap Writer’s April Diversity Initiative and Top-5 finalist in the 2019 Page to Stage Screenwriting Competition. Born in Albany, Georgia, she spent her early childhood living with her family in Okinawa, Japan. Jessica studied in Newcastle, England during her junior year of college and earned her B.A. in English from Georgia State University. Jessica’s short story, The Face, is published in Vol. VI Issue I of Underground Literary and Art Journal. In college, she won the national Commissary Essay Scholarship. She has worked as a copywriter and English tutor. Jessica enjoys writing comedy scripts with strong female leads conquering awkward situations, as displayed in her original half-hour comedy pilot, Double Dads. When she...
I moved to Europe in 1996. In 2006 I received a degree in Studio Arts and Art History from the University of Maryland University College located in Heidelberg, Germany. In 2006 the U.S. Army's NATO Support Activity in Brussels, Belgium employed me to create and direct an Arts and Cultural Center. In 2008 was hired to create and direct an additional Arts and Cultural Center for the U.S. Army Headquarters in Heidelberg, Germany.In 2010 she left to open up my own paint-it-yourself ceramics shop in Heidelberg, Germany. In 2017 I won several awards with my Rom-Com, 'Michael Wants To Marry' and in 2019 I sold a short script to the Archer Entertainment Group to be part of a feature film ensemble, the title still yet to come. In 2019 I finished a drama which landed in the BlueCat semifinals and was a finalist in with The...
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Born and raised in Baltimore, MD, Damon Young earned a Computer Science degree from Princeton University and began his career as an IT consultant. But, as a child who transformed his fascination with an old family typewriter into a life-long writing vocation, he's long nurtured a love of horror, sci-fi, and fantasy storytelling. This ultimately led him to pursue a Masters in Screenwriting from the American Film Institute. He has been a quarterfinalist for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' Nicholl Scholarship in Screenwriting and recently won the Best Short Film award for his directing work from StayTunedTV.net. A prolific author in multiple mediums, Damon has been writing on his blog, Macroscope, since 2002. He currently resides in Los Angeles.
I graduated from Film School with an emphasis on Directing and Editing, however my only post graduation activity has been writing. I have been working on a few stories (dramas) especially in the past two years. My favorite filmmakers are those such as Kieslowski, Zhang Yimou and David Lynch.
Born in La Jolla, California, did social column reporting during high school and started writing fiction. Majored in anthropology and spent most of my post-college years teaching, including mythology and folklore courses. My fiction writing resulted in the publication of my novel, The Marriage Season, set in India. Have always been interested in environmental issues and turned to writing screenplays with environmental themes -- The Venus Syndrome winning some screenplay contests.
Benjamin Font is a writer from Lincoln, NE who in 2014 published his fictitious autobiography made up of eight books in a single vast collection entitled I Am No One. New York Times Bestselling Author Sophia Amoruso called it, "Gorgeous and Massive!" His screenplay credits include, Sex/Absurd, The Sympathist, and Robert Schwartzman's Dreamland, which premiered at Tribeca 2016 and went on to a limited theatrical release by Orion Pictures. Font's feature directorial debut, MADNESS, FAREWELL – A Holiday Comedy About Suicide premiered at the Napa Valley Film Festival in November of 2018 and is now available on VOD.
Sam Kench is an internationally awarded screenwriter and filmmaker. His writing and film work has been featured and awarded by festivals and competitions all over the world. Many of his screenplays have go on to be produced as award winning final products. He has a catalogue of completed unproduced work including feature and short screenplays as well as television pilots. In the realm of prose writing, he is a published author and novelist. Sam is currently accepting writing assignments and seeking representation.
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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Rhonda Ricardo is an American writer, newspaper columnist, author and talk-show co-host known for her columns in The Californian/North County Times, Business Scene Magazine and San Diego Union Tribune; plus she's known as a relationship/human condition expert contributor with a touch of humor, to additional well known publications including the Miami Herald. Rhonda’s over two-hundred published writings mainly highlight the seemingly average citizen or business leader’s deeper story and/or inspirational life to ultimately help others in similar situations. She revels in the art of penning compelling woven stories with aha-moments and heartfelt intricate action written to encourage audience bonding and contemplation of the thought-provoking central themes.... Barnes and...
• In 2017 Where A Certain Future will be perfromed at the NMU Forest Roberts Theater. • Two scripts advanced during 2015 Nicholl Fellowship competition. • Two scripts qualified as 2011 Scriptapalooza competition finalists. • Published young reader’s novel, The Beverly Hills Monster (2010), an adaptation of my original family entertainment screenplay. (See Amazon.com) • Published children’s book, Will My Daddy Ever Work Again? (2009), to assist young family’s experiencing long-term unemployment and financial difficulties. (See Amazon.com) • Grand Prize Winner of 1997 Community Theatre Association of Michigan (CTAM) play writing competition with my two-act play, Where A Certain Future
I am a writer specializing in the fiction, science fiction, and thriller genres. I have had much experience in the broadcast and post production industry, but my passion has always been for writing. So come on down and sit by my campfire, and I will tell you some stories that will make you think and feel.
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I am a Colorado native and split my time between Colorado and California. I enjoy screen writing and the process of creating something that has not existed before. My first script was a tribute to my best friend, Marc, who passed away. We talked about writing a screenplay where two best friends, who begin playing poker in high school, fight through adversity and go on to win the World Series of Poker. Basically, the Rocky of poker. Though we did not get to write it together, in honor of him, I committed to writing it. I read a few screenwriting books, took a class and partnered with a co-writer. Eighteen months, 147 pages (I know now!) and one incredible learning experience later, it was done. For my first effort, it was pretty good (It’s much better now if you’re listening Mr. Spielberg). The...
Born and raised in Michigan, (FAIL), graduated from Georgetown (FAIL) courtesy of the US Army (FAIL for 11 years before finally getting it right), former actor (FAIL), corporate spy (FAIL), finance administrator (FAIL), and despite all of this managed to be a war veteran, federal agent, and voice over artist speaking four languages. Madcap membership has its priviledges. And then I started writing. (Don't say "FAIL"...)
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.
Richard Spencer is an editorial director at American Media, overseeing 6 weekly publications, including Us Weekly and OK! magazine.He has created 7 magazines, including In Touch Weekly magazine. He had a brief stint writing for the CBS soap opera Guiding Light.His latest screenplay, "Lust For Controversy" about French painter Gustave Courbet won "Best Unproduced Screenplay" at the 2017 Nice International Film Festival. He resides in the West Village of New York City and East Hampton, NY.
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Upon graduating from San Francisco State University with a B.A. in Cinema, I moved to Los Angeles and began working in post production. In my free time, I continued to write, resulting in a published short story, one short script, two feature length scrips and many more on the way. I have a strong passion for film that ranges from comedy to cerebral sci-fi to big budget action to minimalist family drama and everything in between.
I am a speech therapist and a writer of screenplays. I have 3 completed feature scripts and 1 short.
A graduate of UCLA’s screenwriting program, Heidi has been writing steadily since 2003. She started her writing career with her first feature placing as a quarter finalist in the AAA contest through Creative Screenwriting Magazine. From there, she’s written numerous features, treatments, and TV pilots for various independent producers. One of her most recent TV pilots is being packaged by Mar Vista Entertainment while another is in casting with an independent production company. Her novel is looking for a publisher. As a contest judge and feedback expert for contests like Slamdance and the Page Awards, Heidi evaluates up to 400 scripts a year. Seeing writers face the same struggles and make the same mistakes over and over, she knew she could make difference. She and husband Carlo Cavagna founded...
I've worked on films in many aspects, but nothing touches the thrill of laying down story. I have written several features and have two produced shorts. While I've written across genres, a reoccuring theme is the impact and empowerment of choice:the cost of being stuck in a conformist or dysfunctional life and finding the path out, despite the risks.
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Member of Writers’ Guild of Great Britain (WGGB). I am a London-based writer planning to move to Los Angeles in the second half of 2019. In 2018, I adapted my Donald Trump satire "FAKE NEWS: Strange Historical Facts Reimagined in the World of Donald Trump" as a screenplay, which Hollywood-based Wind Dancer Films evaluated for possible movie or TV production. They decided against producing it but said they liked it and kept it on file. Prior to that, "FAKE NEWS" had been named as one of the 10 best books on Donald Trump's presidency by British newspaper The Independent. I also work as a ghostwriter. My current projects include the autobiography of a TV presenter and a "Fried Green Tomatoes"-like novel that is based on a diary written by a Victorian English lady in the 1890s, who travelled alone to America on a...
As a screenwriter, Cara's original TV pilot EVOLUTION won 1st Prize in the 2015 People's Pilot, was a Finalist in the ScreenCraft Pilot Launch competition, and was an Honorable Mention (Top 13) in ISA's Emerging Screenwriter Competition. EVOLUTION is now represented by Justin Ross at Bohemia Group. Her new TV pilot, TWIRL, was a Semi-Finalist in the Table Read My Screenplay (Park City) competition. As a playwright, Cara's work has been seen at The Present Company (NYC), The New London Barn Playhouse, The Great American Melodrama, and Manhattan Repertory Theater (in conjunction with Tony Award®-winning producers Anna & Alan Ostroff). Cara holds a BFA from New York University / Tisch School of the Arts, and is a member of Actor's Equity Association and the Dramatists Guild of America. She's also just a little...
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Screenwriter with a focus on long-form narratives in extraordinary fiction, which is to say ordinary people in extraordinary settings and events. A longtime student of history and mythical storytelling who loves incorporating that knowledge and his experience in creating well-rounded and dynamic characters supported by in-depth world-building.
Frazer Lee is a screenwriter, director and novelist specializing in the horror/thriller genres. His movie credits include the award-winning short horror films 'On Edge' (Best Short, Dragon*Con), 'Red Lines' (Best Short, Fearless Tales), 'Simone' (Best Short, Shockerfest), and the critically acclaimed horror/thriller feature film (and movie novelization) 'Panic Button'. Frazer was awarded the Edgar Allan Poe Gothic Filmmaker of the Year Award for his short film 'The Stay' at ZedFest, Hollywood CA USA in 2018. Frazer's debut novel 'The Lamplighters' was a Bram Stoker Awards® Finalist for 'Superior Achievement in a First Novel'. One of Frazer's early short stories received a Geoffrey Ashe Prize from the Library of Avalon, Glastonbury and his short fiction has appeared in numerous anthologies including the...
Les Zig’s first novel, Just Another Week in Suburbia (Pantera Press 2017), explores the questions of trust, fidelity, and how well you can ever truly know another person. It was originally shortlisted for the 2013 Hachette Manuscript Development Program, and has been described by 2017 Prime Minister’s Literary Awards Winner Ryan O’Neill as a ‘hugely enjoyable novel.’ His new novel, August Falling (Pantera Press 2018) is a story about unconditional acceptance, reclaiming the past, and finding the best version of ourselves so we can move forward into the future. As ‘Lazaros Zigomanis’, he wrote the YA novel Pride, a story about dreams, coming of age, community, love, and racism. It has been described by best-selling Young Adult author George Ivanoff as ‘an extraordinary...
I study film. I watch good and bad movies. I learn from both as a writer and a director. I write fiction based on my non-fiction life and then I have fun creating my own story. I write what I call two types of faith based features. Christian film for Christian audience and Christian film for everyone else, meaning no preaching and I let it fly without too much censorship. I love God he keeps me humble and allows me to be myself. I love people because who else will, but I do have my moments. I am easy to work with when it comes to selling my work but there is hope that I direct what I sell one day.Semi-Finalist 2015 Kairos Screenwriting ContestI reciently won Best Mini film for a 2017 Christian Film festival
Wrote Screenplay adaptation for produced short action movie "Busy Day" 2017 Published author of sci fi novel: Re-emergence the Phase of Preparation 2013 Languages: English, Hungarian Here is a list of some of my personal achievements: • Over a decade of writing experience • 1 published science fiction novel titled “Re-Emergence The Phase of Preparation” (The first installment of my trilogy) • 1 produced short action movie, titled “Busy Day” 2017 (please see IMDB) • 2 writing credits on IMDB, 1 for writing, 1 for English version/adaptation • 1 ready -to-be-published, copy edited science fiction novel, which is the second installment of my trilogy • Several short screenplays and 4 different feature screenplays written