Join acclaimed horror writer/director Ted Geoghegan (We Are Still Here) to discuss screenwriting, filmmaking, podcasts, and lessons learned on his creative journey from film publicist to film creator.
Thursday, March 4th, 6pm
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Zoom link will be emailed to all attendees the night before the event.
Filmmaker Ted Geoghegan grew up in rural Montana, savoring a love of genre cinema from a very young age. Studying screenwriting under the late Carroll O’Connor, he was hand-picked to pen German filmmaker Andreas Schnaas’ 2001 English language debut feature and, from that point on, has been a tirelessly active part of the genre film industry – having written fourteen feature films, two shorts, and a science fiction novel.
Ted’s selected filmography as a writer and producer includes the celebrated indie slasher Sweatshop (2009), Drafthouse Films’ Graceland (2012), Timo Rose’s Barricade (2007), Ryoo Seung-wan’s blockbuster Korean actioner The Berlin File (2013), the 26-part omnibus ABCs of Death 2 (2014), and Fangoria Films’ Satanic Panic (2019). His critically-acclaimed directorial debut, 2015’s We Are Still Here, debuted at SXSW, was one of that year’s most celebrated genre films, and was quickly hailed as a modern classic of the genre. His angry, politically-charged 2017 follow-up, Mohawk, was a festival favorite, Certified Fresh by Rotten Tomatoes, and purchased by Netflix.
Check out Ted’s most recent work This Is Not A Story About…, a five-episode podcast about forgotten film history, made during the Covid pandemic.
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