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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Hilliard Guess has a knack for writing fast-paced, gritty, underdog stories. He’s a member of the WGAw and serves on the: Committee of Black Writers, Education Committee and the Gay & Lesbian Committee. In 2007, Hilliard won the Guy A. Hanks, Marvin H. Miller Screenwriting Fellowship at USC sponsored by Dr. Bill Cosby.
Currently, Hilliard’s a busy writer/director/producer in the independent TV/Film world and has produced TV Pilots, Sizzles, Shorts and Webseries through his TV/Film company, Hilldog Productions. Continue reading