This is the next post in a series of interviews with writers who have had their first films, web series, television assignment, etc. make it to the big or small or computer screen. It is an effort to find out what their journey was to their initial success.
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Next up: Screenwriter/director/producer and author of Jug Face, Chad Crawford Kinkle
Born in a small town in Tennessee, Chad Crawford Kinkle grew up making horror movies with his parent’s camcorder. This led him to earn two degrees in film with aspirations to become a horror filmmaker. After eight years of writing, his career finally began with his award winning screenplay Jug Face.
What is the name of your first screenplay that was produced?