Neil Ferron is a Seattle-based writer and filmmaker. As a playwright, his work has received Critics’ Picks from The Stranger, The Seattle Times, and Seattle Magazine, as well as nominations for a Gregory Award (2011, Best Playwright) and a Stranger Genius Award (2014, the Satori Group).
In 2013, he began working in film. His first screenplay, The Lembke Boy, won the Great American Short Screenplay Contest, and his first narrative short, the official video for Shelby Earl’s Swift Arrows, was premiered by Rolling Stone. His most recent short film, This Brute Land Virginia, has received funding from 4Culture and Washington Filmworks’ Innovation Lab.
He holds a BA in Literature/Creative Writing from Santa Clara University and an MPhil in Theatre and Performance from Trinity College Dublin.
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