Don't Go There - Part 1
Lights, Audio, Action! Podcast in partnership with the Missouri Film Office.
Created and developed for STLPR by Michael D. Francis and Michael D. Francis Presents. Executive Producer, Jade Harrell.
Featuring MoStories Winning Script, “Don’t Go There” written by Jeffrey Field.
Executive Producer: Jade Harrell, Director of On-Demand Content & Community Partnerships
Producer: Michael D. Francis
Screenplay Writer: Jeffrey Field
Jeffrey Field is a summa cum laude graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism and has worked in television and digital newsrooms for 25 years. He now works as a communications coordinator at one of the Midwest’s top medical schools. Jeffrey is a six-time Nicholl Fellowship semifinalist, a Screencraft Fellowship winner, and the only two-time Missouri Stories fellowship recipient.
His screenplay DON’T GO THERE was named the overall winner of the 2018 Tracking Board Launch Pad Feature Competition. He has written or co-written scripts that have won first place at the Nashville, Omaha, and Destiny City film festivals and the Screencraft Science Fiction competition.
He has also been a Silver and Bronze prize winner and a 10-time finalist at the PAGE International Screenwriting Awards, as well as a finalist in screenplay competitions at the Slamdance, Austin, Kansas City, and Atlanta film festivals. He received the inaugural PAGE Fellowship to the Stowe Story Labs.
Director: Corey Piper
Corey Piper is an award-winning filmmaker who has written, directed, edited, and produced several independent films over the past 5 years. He has taught dozens of children the ins and outs of filmmaking at summer camps where filmmaking was one of the classes taught.
Before he became a filmmaker he spent 10 years producing music and family-friendly events for crowds of 500-5000 people. From hosting music concerts to pig roasts to bubble soccer tournaments Corey has always found himself leading the way and inspiring the best in others.
Corey, a veteran himself, grew up all over the world as the eldest son of an officer in the United States Air Force. He was brought up in a very multicultural world, surrounds himself with people from all walks of life, and has made a vow to make sure that his art always reflects this.
Sound Design: Sean “DJ Sean” Kilker
Sean has 20 years of work experience in the audio industry as a DJ, in sound reinforcement, location recording and digital audio editing. He is a graduate from Webster University ‘15 with a BA in Audio Production.
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