Month: November 2019

Ten Hours | Trevor Morgan

Logline for 10 Hours

"Two strangers - a ride-share driver and his teenage passenger - form an unlikely friendship during the course of a ten-hour trip."

About Trevor Morgan

Over the past 27 years, Trevor has appeared in dozens of films and tv shows and has had the opportunity to work with master filmmakers M. Night Shamalyan, Joe Johnston, Steven Spielberg, and David Fincher. Throughout his long career, he has cultivated friendships with many talented working professional actors, cinematographers, and editors who help him on his personal projects including the award-winning short Margaret and the Moon. Margaret screened at Academy Qualifying festivals including Heartland International Film Festival, LA Shorts and Palm Springs International Shorts Fest as well as the Julien Dubuque International Film Festival, Twister Alley Film Festival, Sene Film Festival, and the Windy City International Film Festival which nominated Trevor as Best Chicago Director. Margaret and the Moon won Best Fantasy at the Mexico International Film Festival; received nominations for Best Drama, Best Director, and Best Actress at Twister Alley; and won first place and the Audience Award at the Elgin Short Film Festival.

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Lycanthrope | Roger Sampson

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"A prodigy pianist becomes unhinged when she interviews with a sexually predatory Music Director"

About Roger Sampson

Roger's creative journey started late in life. He didn't realize his passion for the theater arts until his 30th birthday.

Growing up in rural Minnesota, Roger focused on school and work. He loved going to the movies and often spent the entire day going from one movie to the next. Little did he know at the time, but these experiences were trying to tell him something.

It wasn't until his 30th birthday that he finally realized he wanted to be a film maker. He started by studying acting. In 2003, Roger moved from Dallas, TX to Los Angeles, CA to pursue his dream.

Roger enjoyed acting success in those years, booking The Bernie Mac Show, Men's Fitness Magazine and a series of promo spots for CSI reruns on Spike TV among his credits.

Not long after, Roger next discovered a passion and talent for screen writing. He'd spent parts of 8 years studying Robert McKee's "Story" teaching and seminar and finally had the opportunity to put that teaching to practice. He co-wrote a half hour comedy, web series and a feature film.

During this period, that familiar itch came back and Roger realized it was time to expand his horizons and pursue directing and producing. At first he found little time and even less opportunity to do that while in Los Angeles. So in summer 2013, Roger and his wife moved back to Dallas,.

Just before moving, Roger's first feature film screenplay, "The Ritual", was optioned by Reaper Films in Tampa FL.

In his first year back in Texas, Roger started Force of Nature Films and teamed up with Wendy Crouse to co-produce "The Hunger Stat", a documentary about Roger's own personal weight loss journey. He also produced The Forces of Horror Anthology Series Volume I which will be completed in 2017. In addition he's written two other award winning screenplays, Faith Based Drama "The Sacrifice" which will be produced later this year, "The Zombie Effect", a genre bending zombie film which provides a plausible, though science fiction theory about the cause of the creation and behavior of zombies.

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