NICK WESTFALL: An award-winning film and television writer, producer and director. Some of his recent Writer/Director credits include: (Finding Home - a Feature Film for National Adoption Day, 'Doin Fine' - Little Leslie and the Bloodshots (Official Music Video). Finding Home has been shown at multiple sell out film festivals. His second movie, 8 Slices was filmed in Holden Beach North Carolina in January 2018. Linsa was a producer on this film.
Nick was director of Tonight at Webster Hall (TV Series in-production). His television series Moon Eyes is currently in ongoing talks with a film production company.
Nick has been nominated as one of the top three contenders for best filmmaker as part of encore magazine?'s 2018 Best Of Awards. Hewas awarded the Robert Burns Fellowship for writing where he did a summer residency in New Zealand. He is a recipient of Encore! Magazine's Best Independent Feature Film and Alliance for a Healthier Generation, National Bronze Award for Innovation. Nick has an MFA in Writing and Directing from Full Sail University and a BS in Human Sciences from the University of North Carolina, Greensboro.
He works full time as a film writer, director and producer and adapts novels into screenplays.
ROBERT PARKER: Robert Parker started his writing career with an MFA in screenwriting and his best-selling book, A Wanted Man which we sold to Endeavour Press had 49,000 downloaded copies in the first month, and has been turned into a three season, eight episode television series for premium streaming television networks such as Netflix and Hulu. This gritty and timely series is perfect for today's market. His latest book, Crook's Hollow to be published by Black Rose Writing in March 2018, has already had interest from an international film company. Read about A Wanted Man record sales Here.
MARTIN ALLEN: Military historian who has written film scripts for five documentaries on the inter-war period for British and German television. Since 2000, he has published nine prominent European histories and biographies, some of which became international bestsellers. In 2009, Martin published his childhood autobiography with Random House under the pseudonym Alexander Sinclair, which became a best-seller in both the UK and France combined sales of over 340,000 copies.
His latest series is a six episode crime drama series, Popov: The Tsar's Detective about a hard-nosed detective solving high-profile crimes within the Tsar's entourage in Imperial Russia, and who is bent on revealing the true conspirators against the throne.
BETHANY JACOBSON: Started her career as photographer and video artist. Her photography was published in Blitz, Tatler, Harper’s Bazaar, Cover and House & Garden. Her video work was exhibited at P.S.1, Museum of Moving Image (New York City), ICA (London) and Infermental (Japan). Since the 1990s she has worked as a screenwriter and producer on indie features, documentaries, and television series, which have aired on PBS, MTV, BBC, and WDR. Her script for The Electric Virgin was a finalist for the 2017 Tribeca Film Fund Sloan Foundation Award and is currently in pre-production.
Her latest script, Hotel Bleu, follows a down and out stand-up comedienne who finds refuge at Hotel Bleu, where she meets a charismatic trumpet player half her age and gets her mojo back.
MATT GEORGE: Actor and writer, known for In God's Hands (1998), Hellraiser: Inferno (2000) and Women of the Night (2001). He also wrote episodes for the NBC series, Wind on Water and starred in and co-wrote episodes of Showtime's Red Shoe Diaries. Matt is an internationally known surfer and currently edits a popular surfing magazine. His latest screenplay, Soul Alley is based on the inspiring true story, of African-American fighter pilot's journey during his station in the Philippines post Vietnam War.
BOOKS TO FILM
Trumbo by Bruce Cook: Movie starring Bryan Cranston, Diane Lane and Helen Mirren.
Love and Money by Ann Margaret Carozza: CBS reality show
Dancing on Her Grave by Diana Montane and Carolina Sarassa: "Death of a Vegas Showgirl" Lifetime Movie
I Would Find A Girl Walking by Kathy Kelly and Diana Montane: sold to Deadly Sins on the Reality show
Dog Done Good Cook Book by Gayle Pruitt: sold to PBS for a realty show
BOOKS UNDER CONSIDERATION BY PRODUCERS FOR FILM
The Best-selling Sherlock Holmes trilogy by Bonnie Macbird including the first two books, Art in the Bood and Unquiet Spirits.
A Wanted Man by Robert Parker
K-Town Confidential by Brad Chisholm and Claire Kim
A Dark Night in Aurora by Dr. William Reid
Triple Cross Killer by Rosemarie Aquilina
ANN-MARGARET CAROZZA: the author of Love and Money, and is practicing weath and estate-planning attory who served as a New York State assembly woman for fourteen years. She is regularly featured as an exert legal contributor on television shows such as ET, Extra, Inside Edition, Good Morning America, FoxBuisness, The Doctors and Dr. Phil. Ann Margaret appears on her own CBS show.
ASHLEY LAUREN FISCHER: Reality television personality. As the student of a Julliard Master pianist, she excelled at classical piano performing both at Carnegie and Steinway Halls. After the NYC fashion industry spotted her, she was soon modeling with NYC agencies and began dancing for MTV. At twenty-three, Ashley Lauren Fisher broke her spinal cord in a diving accident. She is now a quadriplegic. She has reinvented herself and opened her own award winning restaurant in New Jersey, Pazzo Pazzo, which was nominated for Restaurateur of the Year by the New Jersey Restaurant Association. She receives recognition for her endeavors including on CBS, ABC networks, New Jersey Monthly, Garden State Woman, on WHTZ-FM New York, and more.
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