Writers

Submission Policy:

Please send just the synopsis to submissions@filmtrix.com.
If accepted, we will return a submission release for you to sign and return with a step outline only.
If accepted we will request the script in a .pdf form only.


B.R. Stanley
At home both on a set and off, B.R. Stanley has produced several short films, including the award-winning “In the Shadows.” Stanley’s film and TV scripts have garnered the attention of such major players as NBC, TriStar Columbia, Jon Peters, ION Network and Paramount Pictures. With a love of fast cars and things that go “boom,” Stanley’s projects can best be described as “character-driven action.” Other genres include dramedy, mystery and sci-fi.
Request Resume via email at filmtrix@mac.com


Donald Willis
Don studied screenwriting in Oregon and wrote novels (the Kindle versions of Lie of Duty and Net-Stalker are still available internationally on Amazon), and wrote his first screenplay, the film adaptation of Net-Stalker in 2001 and had it optioned in 2002. To gain experience he wrote script coverage for two art-house Hollywood studios from 2002-2004, and for the past eight years Don has collaborated on sitcom pilots and several feature films.His tastes in writing run the gamut from drama to comedy to animation, even horror, and my research skills are the very best.



Norman William Tveit
An award-winning ‘zine editor, visual artist and filmmaker, he is passionate about art, truth and social justice. THE DEATH OF EDGAR ALLAN POE is his brilliant commercial screenplay. He currently resides at the base of the Yellowstone volcano.​

Ken Ginnaty
On my own at 17. Freedom without money nor wheels. Worked many mundane jobs.
Recorded rock bands and the local symphony.
The eighties with Burlington Northern Railroad, from the tracks to a cook car.
A Bachelor of Arts in 1991 in Film and TV.
Boom Man, Local 695 ,1996.
Got into local Television Commercial Production
My pipe dreams evolve into “The Death of Edgar Allan Poe”

Michael Phillips
Michael Phillips is an English writer who now makes his home in Los Angeles. His plays have enjoyed over 20 million audience members and been performed in Los Angeles, New York, Boston, London, and many other international venues. He is also the Executive Director of the Hampstead Stage Company, one of America’s largest touring companies. He is known for dramatic prose and strong dialog. His latest play “Goodbye Marilyn” is to premiere in Los Angeles in late 2014.


Adrineh Telime
After her children’s fantasy thriller The Boy in a Bubble won first place at Sunny Brae Elementary School, Adrineh Telime’s passion for writing struck at the age of seven.
She has recently earned a Bachelor of Arts, Cinema and Television with an emphasis in Screenwriting degree. Her treatment for a one-hour drama caught the attention of a producer who sought her out to write the pilot for his up-and-coming television show. Adrineh is well-versed in drama, fantasy and family-comedy genres.


Sam Wood
Sam’s body of work is quite diverse, though he’s most at home with buddy comedies and dark coming-of-age dramedies.



Joe Gonzales and Bradford N. Smith
Not since Donny and Marie has there been a more effective comedic force in Hollywood. This dynamic duo of justice has been hard at work churning out a veritable library of original material, across many genres, for both film and television. There isn’t a genre these two can’t handle or a subject out of their range.
Bradford and Joe are both graduates of California State University, Northridge, receiving their Bachelor’s in Cinema and Television Arts. Putting their degrees to work, this writing tandem diligently develops original, character driven stories that pop off of the page.
Step aside Ryan Seacrest, the future of Hollywood has arrived. If you’re looking for a script that doesn’t blow, then you should hire Bradford and Joe!
Joe: Bradford:

Robert Kirschten
Robert Kirschten has written seven screenplays in the genre of broad comedy, including HOTEL SCHOOL, BARREL ROLL, CROSSWORD, and TYRANNOSAURUS SEX, plus a pilot for a sitcom–ALIVE & KICKING.
His screenplay HOTEL SCHOOL is winner of the Best Screenplay Award at the Red Wasp Film Festival.
His screenplay BARREL ROLL is winner of the Best Screenplay Award at Red Wasp and “best comedy” at Woods Hole Film Festival.


Roxanne Beck
Roxanne Beck began writing stories at the age of seven, but took a detour as a singer and actor before returning to her first love. Her second screenplay, the award-winning CATERPILLARLAND, was optioned in 2008. She holds an MFA in screenwriting from UCLA, where her short film MISS FAMOUS (starring Kristen Wiig and produced by James Franco) was produced. While at UCLA she was nominated for a Humanitas Drama Fellowship and won the Oliver’s Prize for Best Family or Animated Film. Her magical realism/romantic comedy feature UNATTAINABLE placed as a semi-finalist in the 2014 Table Read My Screenplay Contest. She is currently working on a half-hour TV comedy.


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