Erin is an American screenwriter and director from New York, based in London. Slingshot is producing her directorial debut SELF-STORAGE, a love story of jazz standards with Rebecca Hall and Luke Kirby attached. Jazz pianist Diana Krall is doing the music with Larry Klein producing the soundtrack. Serendipity Point is co-producing.
Erin wrote The Father of My Child, an edgy romantic comedy, as part of the prestigious Writers’ Training Scheme. Her romantic comedy 100 Weddings is in development with Working Title/Wildgaze Films. She has had film projects commissioned by BBC Films, the UK Film Council, Hart Sharp, Ecosse, Celador, Forward Films, and Finola Dwyer Productions.
Erin wrote and directed a short film, Bad Bosses go to Hell (1997), which was produced by New York-based Killer Films and was sold to the Independent Film Channel/Bravo, Film Four in the UK, Cinefil Imagica in Japan, HBO Latin America, SBS in Australia, Canal Plus in France, British Airways and Air France. Distributed by Atomshockwave, the short has been one of its best-selling shorts off-line and in the top ten on its web site.
Erin’s background is in documentaries, and she has been a producer and/or writer for programs on Adolf Hitler, The Black Panthers, Groucho Marx, the Watergate break-in, Brigitte Bardot, and George Wallace for ABC, the Arts and Entertainment Network and CBS. She also wrote and produced Cokie Roberts’ I is for Italy segment for ABC’s Emmy award-winning Millennium broadcast. For many years, Erin was also a member of The V-Girls, a New York-based comic performance group. The V-Girls performed at universities, museums, and galleries across the U.S. and in Europe. In addition, she wrote and directed four plays and several award-winning art videos.
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