is an award-winning screenwriter, film critic, script evaluator,
writer and journalist. Graham studied film and television arts at
both UCLA and California State University-Northridge and has a
degree in history (summa cum laude) from Fresno State
University. He worked as an assistant story analyst for Wendy
Finerman Productions (Forrest Gump, The Devil Wears Prada) at
Sony Studios, Culver City, Calif. In that capacity, he analyzed
motion picture screenplays for company acquisition.
worked as a development coordinator and editor at Atchity
Entertainment International in Beverly Hills, a literary
management/motion picture production company. In that capacity, he
coordinated all aspects of film, television and publishing
projects and interfaced with New York publishers and Southern
California film producers and writers on behalf of company
president. In addition, he proofed, edited and analyzed fiction
and non-fiction film and literary projects. He served as
entertainment writer, business and feature writer and local
government reporter for The Clovis Independent, a weekly
newspaper in suburban Fresno, Calif. His entertainment columns
have also appeared in Movieguide, The Graybrook Institute
and WorldnetDaily.com. As a teenager, he worked as a unit
production manager for John Upton Productions in San Diego,
Calif., an Emmy-winning educational production company.
Graham's own screenplays include The
Innocents, a historical tale about vigilante justice in the
old Montana Territory; the Kairos Prize award-winning Men of Iron, an
expanded adaptation of Howard Pyle's classic novel by the same
name; and Spartans, a new timely, fast-paced action
adventure featuring a band of mercenaries in contemporary Iraq.
WorldCom's Film Consultant Graham
Harrison Moes, right, with Jack Templeton of the Sir John Templeton
Foundation. Mr. Moes holds a trophy accompanying a $10,000 Kairos Prize from
the Templeton Foundation awarded on March 2, 2006, at the Beverly Hilton
Hotel. The prize was for his screenplay Men of Iron, an adaptation of
Howard Pyle's classic knights' tale of the same name. The prizes were awarded
at a gala ceremony sponsored by Movieguide and the Christian Film and
Television Commission. The Kairos Prize was designed for screenplays with
uplifting spiritual and moral values.
Writemovies.com Screenplay Contest
Draft Big Break Screenwriting Contest, in the top 5 out of more
than 10,000 entrants worldwide.
Experienced Hollywood script evaluator and developer
Widely read film critic
Smart wordsmith with a vivacious, witty writing style
Screenplay Evaluation Services Offered
$50 per script for standard 1-page coverage, including studio-format
grading on concept, characters, plot and dialogue.
$80 per script. Includes Tier 1 plus point-by-point recommendations
for the rewrite phase. ($30 per subsequent draft, follow-up notes.)
Ghost/co-writing. Negotiable per contract.
Expect 2 to 4 week turnaround time.
meeting current market needs may
be submitted at our discretion for representation to an established
literary management firm with several million-dollar deals to its credit.
Reference Writing Samples
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