Lovinder has written, produced and directed two feature films, “Stalemate”and “Chicks 101”, that both won Best Picture Awards at film festivals. He also Produced the feature film “Wesley.” Lovinder also has four produced feature film screenplays including “Lost Stallions: The Journey Home” starring Hollywood Legend Mickey Rooney and “Ball & Chain” starring Kal Penn. Lovinder has also written, produced and directed documentaries all over the world including in Nepal on Mt. Everest, India, Guatemala, Bolivia, Canada and the United States. He has his BFA in Film Production from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts and his MFA in Screenwriting from Hollins University. Lovinder is an alumnus of the Squaw Valley Screenwriter’s Workshop and his script “The Wave of the Future” won the Best Short Script Silver Award at the Hollywood Gold Awards. He has also been a finalist in the Austin Film Festival Screenplay Pitch Competition and a semi-finalist in their Screenwriting Competition..
David J. Greenberg has written or doctored nearly 60 screenplays. His feature writing and directing debut Stomping Ground premiered at The Philadelphia Independent Film Festival in 2016. He wrote the documentaries Bonnie & Clyde: Lovers On The Run (2015) and Celebrity Skin (2012) as well as the features What Matters Most (2010) and Used To Love Her (2013). A 2015 short Interrogation won a Special Jury Prize at the L.A. Neo-Noir Film and Literature Festival. Sugar Cookie (2012), written has screened around the U.S. as well as Australia, France, Greece and Italy. His 1995 short film The True Meaning of Cool won an award from the American Film Institute. He is currently directing and producing a documentary, 22 Indictments. He graduated from the film program at Temple University and worked in production on both indie films and Hollywood features before shifting focus to screenwriting full time. David is active in the Philadelphia film community, lecturing to groups, facilitating workshops, sitting on panels, reading screenplays for the Set In Philadelphia Screenplay Competition, judging screenplays for The Philadelphia Independent Film Awards and The Diamond Film Festival at Temple University. He has taught screenwriting at Drexel since 2004 and at University of the Arts since 2006. He has a deal with British publisher Routledge Press to write the book “Screenwriting For Low-Budget Films.”
Andy Silverman is a Screenwriter/Producer who specializes in low budget features. His latest film, a horror comedy, he co-wrote and produced called “Cyst” premiered at Fright Fest October 2020 and will be released Summer of 2021. His feature “Texas Cotton” is currently on several platforms including Amazon Prime and is being distributed by Indie Rights. His award winning web series, Buckle Up has been featured at web festivals around the world from Miami to Seoul, Korea. The first season of Buckle Up is available on Amazon Prime. His short “Life Lines” won the best film at the Washington PA Film Festival in 2012. Andy has penned over a dozen original screenplays and has been a writer for hire on several more. Before becoming a screenwriter Andy invented and designed board games. He has 8 original prototypes. He competes in the ACPT (American Crossword Puzzle Tournament) and was ranked as high as 223 in the world.