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All Featured Artists, 6th Edition

Deborah Richards

Screenwriter | Director | Editor | Cinematographer | VFX Artist

Deborah Richards is a four time South West regional student Emmy award winner for her short, Boy Meets Girl (for best short, director, screenwriter, editor)—2016. 

 

She is a screenwriter, director, editor, cinematographer, and VFX artist.

 

Her work over the decades spans from the dawn of the digital audio revolution as a musician—studio engineer in her teens—to consulting, directing, and creating for some of the largest brands in the world today. From TruFusion and the EDC (Electric Daisy Carnival), to Walmart and The History Channel. While in film school, she opened her own boutique, production studio, and soundstage: 1905 Film Studios. Playing host to many productions, including music videos by Rick Ross and Snoop Dogg—as well as her passion projects.

 

Her short film, Dark Lights is currently enjoying a successful international film festival run. Produced by long time collaborator, Patrick Wirtz it has already been played in 30 international film festivals after only being released in January earlier this year. It is part of a feature anthology that is being released this September called The United States of Horror, narrated by Doug Bradley (Pinhead from Hellraiser) and distributed by Archstone Entertainment. 

 

Currently Deborah is prepping for her feature film directorial debut - Move Me No Mountain, and filming later this year in Las Vegas.

Originally from England, she is a former 5-time world bartending champion, longtime Las Vegas resident, dog owner, and passionate advocate for the arts.

Follow Deborah: Website, Instagram, Twitter

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