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Representing Literary and Screenwriters

"​We take your dream from script to screen"

Jill A. Hargrave

Jill A. Hargrave

Jill A. Hargrave is Founder and President of EagleVision Productions, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit production company. She is an award-winning independent documentary producer, fundraiser and screenplay writer. Over the years, she produced a number of Emmy-nominated documentaries for NJN Public Television. Always interested in screenplay writing, she expanded her career after relocating to Vero Beach, Florida in September, 2012. Two screenplays, “The Bottom Line” and “Fields of Grace” were recognized in several contests in 2021 and 2022, including the Atlanta Film Festival, Austin Film Festival, Scriptapalooza, LA International, Screencraft and Santa Barbara International. She is currently writing a biopic about the “Unsung Hero of the American Revolution.”

Adrian Roman

Adrian Roman

Adrian Roman is a screenwriter turned director. His award-winning feature screenplays include "Cilla and Cole" (an updated "Bonnie and Clyde"), "Dick Sloan" (A Sophomoric Comedy), and "Nickolas Venture" (A Redemption Story). Adrian's short screenplay, "Civil Conversations" (Political Drama) has received international notoriety. He has directed several shorts, TV commercials and infomercials. Recently, the feature Thriller/Horror "The Blood Thins", starring Jessica Bell, has been released. "Ashes to Ashes" (Romantic Thriller) in post-production.

Jasonpaul Edwards

Jasonpaul Edwards

J.P. Edwards was born on June 2, 1980 in Bradford, Pennsylvania, USA as Jason Paul Edwards. He is an actor, producer, and author. He is known for his short film Malign and his award winning first children’s book, Lightning Bugs Lights.

Michael Stagliano

Michael Stagliano

Michael Stagliano is a realty TV star - turned Screenwriter, having worked for companies like SONY, VERTIGO, HASBRO, NETFLIX, VOYAGE, DC BLACK LABEL, USA, and many other pods in LA, ATL, and Toronto. He wrote episode 303 of THE SINNER on USA/Netflix. He's also won several of the industry's biggest screenwriting competitions including The Tracking Board, Save The Cat, Final Draft Big Break, Screencraft and The Page Awards. He runs the largest screenwriting group in Hollywood called Deadline Junkies, and owns his own entertainment company called Nerdy Pop Entertainment that specializes in sci-fi, fantasy, adventure projects, with a specialization in adapting of existing IP.

Cornell Ric​hards

Cornell Ric​hards

Author Cornell Richards is from West Philadelphia, in the Overbrook Section of the city. He is also the author of The Cougar Chaser & Creating a Housewife.

James Robinson Jr.

James Robinson Jr.

James Robinson Jr. was born on May 1, 1992. He is an actor, known for Delaware Shore (2018), The Innocence Files (2020) and To Avenge.

Annie  Mason

Annie Mason

As an explorer, entrepreneur, humanitarian, and author, Anne Mason’s life reads like an extraordinary adventure book. Her journey began as a young girl traveling and studying throughout Europe, especially in England, where she developed her love of teddy bears. In the following years, she took to exploring new heights, literally, as she scaled the frigid ascent of Mount Everest’s Base Camp (17,600 ft). From there she appeared as a principal actor in the 2009 adventure documentary film, Journey to Everest, wherein the American team narrowly escaped an icy fate after they were bumped from a flight at Lukla airport that would later crash in the mountains.

Back in the States, while recovering from a serious illness that suspended her traveling adventures, she took to exploring the confines of her own imagination. It was through this inward self-discovery that Anne first combined her passion for the teddy bear and her love of children to create the world of the delightfully wonderful “Mr. Biddle.” Through a single teddy bear and his forest friends, Anne began her recovery and built up a world that would allow others to experience the profound of friendship, adventure, learning, and gratitude that she learned throughout her own travels.

Anne Mason is originally from Dallas, Texas. She is an alumna of Sweet Briar College with a degree in International Relations. Her greatest accomplishment to date is climbing Mount Everest twice and surviving two plane crashes as seen in the documentary, Journey to Everest.

Karen White-Walker

Karen White-Walker

Karen is a columnist and playwright. She's a freelance writer and has sold several articles. She has had 8 plays produced.

Mel Nieves

Mel Nieves

Mel Nieves was born and raised in New York City. He is an actor-playwright-screenwriter-arts educator. He is a graduate of The William Esper Studio and a long time member of the award winning LAByrinth Theater Company, artistic director Aaron Roman Weiner and The Actor's Studio Playwright-Director's Unit & Workshop under the artistic leadership of Lyle Kessler.
As an actor he has worked with Luna Stage, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Boomerang Theatre Company, Puerto Rican Travelling Theatre Company, INTAR and the legendary Ridiculous Theatrical Company under the artistic direction of Everett Quinton; as well as appearances on television soap operas All My Children, Another World and HBO's The Leftovers and the independent feature film The Children of Hip Hop.
As a playwright his work has been presented by Repertorio Espanol, HERE, Cherry Lane Theatre, Theatre for a New City, Orange County's Breath of Fire Latina Theatre Ensemble, Public Theatre, Apple Core Theatre Company, Chicago's Urban Theatre company, Los Angeles' Working Artist's Lab, Brooklyn-One Productions, Rochester Latino Theatre company, San Diego Repertory's Amigo's de Rep, Actor's Studio, Barefoot Theatre company and LAByrinth Theatre Company's Summer Intensive workshops at Bennington College, Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Bard College and Connecticut College.

Rachel Rehr

Rachel Rehr

Rachel Rehr has recently completed her third year as an English and Theatre instructor at West Florida High School of Advanced Technology in Pensacola, FL, and is always looking to apply her skills in fields that challenge and grow her current skillset. She is able to work quickly, efficiently, and effectively while meeting goals and deadlines, as adapting to ever-changing materials and mandates was routine during her time as an educator.

During her time at West Florida, she built the theatre curriculum from the ground up, creating and adhering to educational and state standards. As an English instructor, she was part of a brilliant, devoted team that consistently challenged her to learn and improve.

JC Aiello

JC Aiello

Dick Peterson

Dick Peterson

Harry Kleinman

Harry Kleinman

Harry Kleinman graduated from Texas Tech University in 1973. While serving in the military, he earned his Master of Arts degree in English from St. Mary’s University. He later taught junior high school English for the Biloxi School District. Following his teaching career, he served as an adjunct professor for Tulane University. During his tenure at Tulane University, he wrote numerous award-winning screenplays. His most notable script, Wind and a Prayer, won a prestigious 2016 Movie Guide Awards Kairos Prize, as well as a Platinum Remi Award at the 2014 Houston International Film Festival (Worldfest Houston). Wind and a Prayer tells the story of Danji Tanaka, a Japanese pacifist, training to become a Kamikaze pilot. To escape his fate, Danji stows away on a Japanese hot air balloon - only to find himself landing in the Oregon mountains. More recently, his screenplay Red Eagle won a Platinum Remi Award at the 2023 Houston International Film Festival (Worldfest Houston). Based on actual events, Red Eagle relays the legend of William Weatherford, later to be known as Red Eagle, who led the Creek Indian's fight for independence against General Andrew Jackson’s invading militia. His most recent script, Ten Miracles, tells the story of Nazi Major Karl Plagge’s efforts to save hundreds of Jews during the Holocaust. Harry Kleinman presently resides in Biloxi, Mississippi where he continues to write screenplays.

Robert Delay

Robert Delay

Marcell Lofton

Marcell Lofton

Sam Kuperstein

Sam Kuperstein

Scott Snair

Scott Snair

Scott Snair is a writer in Washington, D.C. His books have been published in 10 languages throughout the world by publishers including Penguin Random House and McGraw Hall. Scott's screenplays have received laurels at the Richmond International Film Festival and GenreBlast Film Festival.

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