Nightmares Film Festival 2022 – “Three Baths” Wins Best Short Screenplay

Wow. My short horror script THREE BATHS won Best Short Screenplay at this year’s Nightmares Film Festival! Congratulations to all of the winners and nominees!

I was ecstatic to return to the festival for the third time with both the script and CAREGIVER because Nightmares is a special event. After many years of making films, it wasn’t until my first time attending in 2018 that I finally experienced community and the sense of belonging to something that felt right. This year was no different and even better in many ways. It was wonderful seeing and catching up with so many talented friends, both old and new.

Festival directors Jason Tostevin and Chris Hamel do a fantastic job of encouraging and facilitating this connection. Thank you to them and the whole Nightmares team for the wonderful experience.

“Caregiver” NYC Premiere at Brooklyn Horror

I had a great time attending the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival for the NYC premiere of CAREGIVER. The audience’s reaction to the film was the best I’ve seen so far! It was also very cool to be in the same Q&A as Brad Dourif. Thank you to Joseph Hernandez, Matt Barone, Justin Timms and the Brooklyn Horror team for having the film and for putting on a great event!

Horrorigins 2022 – “Three Baths” wins Best Horror Short Screenplay

Not only was CAREGIVER an official selection of this year’s Horrorigins Film Festival, my short script THREE BATHS won Best Horror Short Screenplay! Thank you to Horrorigins and festival director Brandon Waites! This is the latest accolade for THREE BATHS, which was a short screenplay finalist at the GenreBlast Film Festival and is currently a finalist at the Nightmares Film Festival. The script is currently scheduled to go into production in early 2023.