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About the Author: Chris is an avid writer across a variety of genres. His most recent works include the original feature screenplays “Don’t Fight It” and “Proxima” , as well as, the short films “Sentry” (post-production) and “Fray.” His award-winning films include the shorts “A Grim Vacation” and “Welcome to Parenthood.” He is also the author of “Atlantia Rising,” an unofficial novel set in the re-imagined Battlestar Galactica universe.  More than anything, he is passionate about sharing his stories and characters with everyone he can.

He is also a songwriter/guitarist, gamer, husband and proud father.

When growing up his dictionary was inexplicably missing the page with the definition of ‘futile.’

 

Accolades:

 

Proxima :

-Quarterfinalist, 2013 Bluecat Screenplay Competition

-Third Place, Sci-Fi/Fantasy category, 2013 Fresh Voices Screenplay Competition

-Spotlight Award: Best Screen Chemistry, 2013 Fresh Voices Screenplay Competition

 

Welcome to Parenthood (short film):

-Third Place, 2014 Independent Film Coalition of Kansas City (IFCKC) Fiery Wheel of Film Competition

-Audience Choice, 2014 IFCKC Fiery Wheel of Film Competition

 

A Grim Vacation (short film):

-Runner-Up for Best Film, 2013 Kansas City 48-Hour Film Competition

-Best Actor (Roger Denesha), 2013 Kansas City 48-Hour Film Competition

-Best Makeup (Tess Roam), 2013 Kansas City 48-Hour Film Competition

 

Fray (short film):

-Official Selection, IFCKC Short Film Showcase, 2013 KC Fringe Festival

 

Iris (short film):

-Semifinalist, 2013 Kansas City Women in Film and Television (KCWIFT) Short Screenplay Competition

-Third Place, 2013 IFCKC Fiery Wheel of Film Competition

-Audience Choice, 2013 IFCKC Fiery Wheel of Film Competition

 

 

About Unreadable: This is a blog for anyone.  The author makes no claims of trying to change the world, promote radical social or political reformation, or make a profound impact on your life. The hope is that you will find some kernel of entertainment from the works shown here.

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