Special Guest For Ep. #72: Director Nick Everhart!!

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The Cinema Squad is thrilled to welcome a new special guest for Episode #72:

Director Nick Everhart!!  Let’s meet him:

Nick Everhart (@1nickeverhart )

Nick Everhart grew up in Kansas City, Missouri. He was always obsessed with movies. His Christmas presents were blank VHS tapes so he could record movies playing on TV.  Through high school and college, he worked at the local movie theatre and watched everything that came out.  When he wasn’t working, he was writing his own screenplays and dreaming of working in Hollywood.

When he was 21, he sold his first screenplay to an indie French production company.  With big dollar signs in his eyes, he moved to Los Angeles where he began working as an unpaid Production Assistant at The Asylum.

In a year at The Asylum, he worked on 12 feature films in a myriad of roles, including writing, directing, editing, and line producing.  He calls that time his “Roger Corman Experience.”

After that , he spent two years in Louisiana where he helped produce five films for the SyFy Channel.  He learned a lot about Cajun food, zydeco music, and met an incredible woman who he married five years later.

In 2009, he moved to the east coast and worked in NYC for 5 years where he produced and directed a variety of projects, including the short films “Slash-In-The-Box” & “The Scout” and a segment of the horror anthology film “Chilling Visions: 5 Senses of Fear,” produced by NBCUniversal’s Chiller Network.  He also spent two years working as the in-house director for LightHouse Films where he shot commercial videos for the fashion and music industries.

In August 2014, he left NYC and moved back to Los Angeles where he’s currently developing several film and television projects.

His new thriller, “SPLITTING IMAGE,” had a limited theatrical release on October 26th, and the television rights were just acquired by A&E Networks.

His next film, “IMPOSTOR,” is currently in post-production and set for release early next year.

SPLITTING IMAGE – Theatrical Trailer


Be sure to tune into this week’s Podcast which is set to drop on Sunday, Nov. 5th.  We’ll give you all the latest movie news covering everything from script to screen.

And you can catch us on iTunes as well!

As for the rest of the Cinema Squad, we have the usual suspects:

Sean Wathen – Creator & Moderator  (@Cinema_Squad)

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Sean Wathen is a screenwriter from Louisville, Kentucky who moved to Los Angeles in 2006 to pursue a writing career. While working in production offices such as “House, MD,” “24,” & MTV Studios, Sean pursued his love of writing. Recently, his screenplays “Iron Dragon” & “Timegate” were optioned to Fotocomics Productions, and his contained horror/thriller script “The Gotham Hotel” was optioned to Anacapa Pictures.  In the past, his screenplay “The Field” was optioned to Dune Entertainment & Stormchaser Films, his screenplay “ALICE” was optioned to Array Pictures, and his screenplay “Second Shot” was optioned to Status Media & Entertainment. In 2014, he was named on Tracking Board’s ‘Young & Hungry List – Top 100 Writers on the Verge,” and he was hired to adapt graphic novels for State & Cabrillo Productions, Inc. as well as Solipsist Films.

Skye Wathen – Show Host  (@1blueskye)

12742268_680415652060869_7299178785315528530_nSkye Wathen has been working in production for both television and film since 2006. Her credits include “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation,” “The Revenant,” “Moneyball,” “What to Expect When You’re Expecting,” “12 Deadly Days” for Youtube Red, “The New Edition Story” for BET, and “Taskmaster” for Comedy Central. She is now Vice President of Production at Live Nation Productions. Born and raised in Los Angeles, Skye’s love of all thing Hollywood began at a very young age. She enjoys all things nerdy and crafty and is the proud fur-mom to Bruce, a shar pei mix puppy.

 

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