Nathan Ross Freeman, B.A.

Nathan Ross Freeman, B.A.

Award winning script writer, filmmaker, creative writing and spoken word educator

Award winning script writer and Filmmaker Nathan Ross Freeman was awarded 2007 B.E.S.T. Outstanding Faculty as Member of the Intensive Writing Faculty teaching Screenwriting/Playwriting at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (1994-2008).  He served as the 2008-09 Visiting Writer at Salem College: Upper Level Screenwriting, Introduction and Intermediate Poetry and Creative Writing, and was one of three statewide adjudicators for the finalist of the 2009 NC Arts Council Screenwriting/Playwriting Fellowship. 

 Freeman is Founder of Montage Showcase Ensemble, Assegai Film Group, Co-Founder and Artistic Director of Authoring Action Youth Institute, Mr. Bones Films, Llc, The Quad Films, Llc. As a statewide resident NC Playworks Playwright Mr. Freeman is a key co-developer of the NCEdTA  state wide curriculum for Playworks in the Schools (K4-12). 

He is the  writer, director, producer of the Independent Feature Film, Mr. Bones the official selection of 12 National and International Festivals, including 5 First Place Awards and 5 Invitations. In Distribution on DVD.

 He is also the filmmaker, compiler, and editor of the feature documentary, Authoring Action, in distribution on DVD. Authoring Action was awarded Best Feature Documentary at the 2010 Swansea Bay Film Festival, UK.

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Winston Salem
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