RECENT NEWS

“Boy in a Backpack” the short has launched on Conde Nast’s The Scene!

Watch the film:

 

And please WATCH out the other amazing shorts in the incubator:

The Big Script

 

A great write up from Bullett Magazine about “Boy in a Backpack” and The Big Script Incubator:

The Scene Teamed With Indigenous Media To Find Hollywood’s Next Big Thing

 

 

‘The Scene’ Teamed Up With Indigenous Media to Find Hollywood’s Next Big Thing

 

 

Check out the trailer for my short, and the four others, on Deadline:

The Big Script Film Incubator Heats Up, Unveils Five Short Films

A few stills from the short:

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Thrilled to participate in the Indigenous Media Film Incubator Panel with Jake Avnet and Josh Hutcherson at Tribeca Film Festival with Variety’s Todd Spangler moderating.

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More Great News on the Writing Front! My TV Pilot, Bitter Ghosts was announced as a Finalist in the Script Pipeline Teleplay Contest.

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Script Pipeline First Look Competition

Proud to announce my screenplay, “Boy in a Backpack” was a 2015 Nicholl Fellowship Semifinalist.

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Boy in a Backpack” was also a Second Rounder in the Austin Film Festival Screenplay Competition.

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Developing a TV PILOT with the talented Dennis Donovan over at Companion Pictures.

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Below is a still from the sizzle featuring Dennis’s amazing cinematography and an incredible tattoo on my neck courtesy of Makeup Artist Sinem Gulturk.

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Writing and directing “To Kill a Cat” was a blast. Great producers and a tenacious crew. Now time for post-production!

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