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A graduate of Australia's VCA School of Film and Television, Cléa Frost is a writer-director whose short films have screened at festivals worldwide. For over a decade, Ms. Frost has been a story analyst, most recently acting as consultant on the feature films THE LIVING WAKE (2007), THE HORSEMAN (2008), STRENGTH AND HONOR (2007) and OPERATION ENDGAME (2010), which was recently acquired by Anchor Bay Films. In 2008 she was appointed Executive Director of the screenwriting non-profit, CineStory (www.cinestory.org). She's currently in post-production on her webseries, The Apocalypse Diaries.
A recipient of the Telemundo-Sony Fellowship, Nicole earned her MFA at the USC School of Cinema-TV. Her short film, "The Duel", garnered several awards at festivals including Best Comedy Short at the HBO Comedy Arts Festival. Recently she received the Women in Film New Latina Filmmaker Grant and was a finalist in the ABC/DGA TV Directing Competition. A script she co-wrote, "Medicine Runner" is currently in development with Harbor Light Entertainment. She's in post-production with her 12-episode web-series The Nanny Interviews. And being married with children, Nicole feels aptly prepared to direct her first feature about a dysfunctional family thrown together into the adventure of their lives.
James Tuverson was trained at UCLA’s Professional Program in Screenwriting and Writer’s Boot Camp. His work has won numerous awards, including Best Screenplay at the 2008 California Independent Film Festival for “My Dirty Secrets”. His short “Hours Before Dawn” has been produced twice for festivals, screening at the 2006 Action-On Film Festival and the 2006 Hollywood Shorts Film Festival. It will also appear at the Breckenridge Festival of Film in June 2010. As many popular feature films began as shorts, James has expanded the story into a feature and is currently raising 1 million to film it as the writer-director. He is also currently on pre-production on the WeboVision project, Zombies Take the Schoolyard. James' Blog can be found at: email@example.com.
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