T. George McArdle
I began as a local musician in Kingston, NY writing lyrics and playing drums for such projects as Me, Him and a guy named Tim and Later Than Never. After songs I had written lyrically were accepted into Independent Films (most notably "Down To The Bone" directed by Debra Granik and featuring lead actress Vera Farmiga), I began to write more screenplays and submitted my first entitled "FOUR" to a small local production company in the spring of 2007. The short won 1st runner-up at the 2007 EdWood Film festival later that fall. I then wrote "SPIN SLOWLY" in 2007. It started as a one scene class study and later grew into a 25 page screenplay. After 10 revisions, it was produced as a short film by T. George McArdle and Stephen W. Tenner (StellaJayne Productions) and the film is registered with SAG (The Screen Actors Guild) in New York as a T. George McArdle Film. "Spin Slowly" shooting began in February of 2008 and scenes were added and shot in the summer of 2008. Post-production was continuous through late February, 2008. The release date for the film was Saturday, April 18, 2009 where it premiered at an event in Kingston, NY at Backstage Studio Productions. I have also acted in independent films and documentaries most notably "Down to the Bone" (as a musician), "American General" (as a continental officer), "Four" (as a security officer) and "Spin Slowly" (as the doctor voice-over). Currently, I am concentrating on filmmaking. With numerours screenplays in pre-production and other films in production and post-production, my goals include releases as much as possible over the next 3 years. I shoot most of my material between Alban, NYy and NYC and have been blessed to work with some of the best cast and crew. I am very proud of my most recent feature script "SIRRICO" which is a full-legnth feature based on a character from an older short. I hope to release it in 2014.
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- Sins of the Fathers
on May 09, 2013
Excellent story and a fine writing style. This really drew me in! Aces!