Thanks to Scott Myers!
Much like the Kansas City Royals, I too am a World Series finalist this year!
The World Series of Screenwriting just let me know that I was selected as one of their finalists in the TV Spec Script Category along with nine others. Thanks to the World Series of Screenwriting for recognizing my Cougar Town spec! See more here: https://worldseriesofscreenwriting.com/awards/2014-official-finalists
The Hollywood Screenplay Contest recently announced that my Cougar Town spec script was a finalist in this year’s competition. See the 15 finalists at: https://hollywoodscreenplaycontest.com/contest/past-winners/2014-official-finalists in the Television Spec Script Category.
I’m happy to say that I just signed up to be a representative for the College’s Admissions Department. I will be connecting prospective students and high schools in my region to Carleton via personal contact, school visits, and college fairs. I hope that more people can discover what a great place Carleton can be!
Carleton College’s Cinema and Media Studies department posted this little article on “It Won’t Fit in a Killing Jar” and its acceptance into the Minneapolis Underground Film Festival. Thanks CAMSZINE!
Yet another awesome festival has chosen “It Won’t Fit in a Killing Jar” as part of their lineup this year!
The Minneapolis Underground Film Festival will by screening the short Saturday, October 4 in a block of Minnesota-made shorts that starts at 3:15pm in the St. Anthony Main Theatre.
For more information on the block – http://www.mplsundergroundfilmfest.com/2014-film-cpt/mn-made-shorts/
I can now officially say that I am a Carleton College alumna after our Class of 2014 graduation this weekend. I also found out that I graduated magna cum laude – just icing on the cake!
Also, I will be losing my carleton.edu email address soon, so I may now be contacted via email at email@example.com
Carleton’s Cinema and Media Studies department’s blog published a little article about my new job as Production Coordinator and 2nd Assistant Director for the feature film Forced Move shooting now! Thank you!
It Won’t Fit in a Killing Jar just got into the Delta International Film and Video Festival at Delta State University in Cleveland, Mississippi!
In preparation for the upcoming Tupelo Film Festival, I’ve got a trailer for It Won’t Fit in a Killing Jar for you!
Enjoy (and/or cringe)!
The Oxford Film Festival Community Film that I wrote, Killer Kudzu, is now available to watch on YouTube. I hope you enjoy it. It was fun to write, the fest was fun to attend, and it’s a fun final product!
The short film Hannah White and I created this year at Carleton, “It Won’t Fit in a Killing Jar” just got accepted into the 11th Annual Tupelo Film Festival!
Our short film is based on a short story I wrote about a woman haunted by her insect-loving husband’s death.
The Festival is April 17-19 at the Malco Theatre in Tupelo, MS. More details to come.
Earlier this week I got the memo that I was an official finalist for the 2013 Beverly Hills Screenplay Contest in the category of TV-Existing Series with my Cougar Town script, “Jammin’ Me.”
Thanks to Professor Michael Elyanow and my TV screenwriting class at Carleton! I’ll continue revising and get back to business!
Martin McDonagh’s The Pillowman, the play I’m Assistant Directing opens today at 7:30pm at the Powerhouse in Oxford, MS! It also runs Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm and Sunday at 2pm.
The Pillowman is a wickedly dark and witty play about a writer being held by the police in a totalitarian state when they discover that some of his stories resemble gruesome crimes in the area.
Given the dark themes and adult language, this production is for mature audiences only.
The production stars William Chandler, Zach Duane, Inés Joris and David Mckell, is directed by David Hanson and produced by Meaghin Burke.
I also helped make a short film featured in the play. Seen here:
I just presented my comps film to my CAMS department peers – my last official assignment in college.
And good news, fans! That film is now online! Feel free to watch and share my short about the true story and historical scandal of brothers John and Samuel Colt.
The Oxford Film Festival is gearing up for the big show and just released this year’s program online. See my interview about Killer Kudzu on p. 28 and an interview with director Meaghin Burke on the opposite page.