Illinois (Wisconsin Premiere)
Running Time: 12 minutes
A concert pianist (David Pasquesi) receives a startling omen as he struggles to recover from a traumatic brain injury.
Brad Riddell has written four feature films for Hollywood studios including Paramount, Fox, and Universal. His first film, American Pie: Band Camp, remains one of the highest-grossing live-action DVD releases in history, and is now syndicated on TBS. His most recent film, Crooked Arrows, was released nationally in theaters in 2012, and is the first mainstream lacrosse movie ever produced. Brad’s other credits include films in the Road Trip and Slap Shot franchises. He is currently writing a skateboarding movie for Branded Pictures Entertainment. He directed his first film, TEN MORE, in 2015. Brad holds a MFA in screenwriting from the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts, where he taught for seven years before accepting a post as an assistant professor of screenwriting at DePaul University in Chicago. Find out more about him at www.bradriddell.com, and @bradriddell on Twitter and Instagram.
After working for thirteen years as a professional screenwriter, TEN MORE is my directorial debut. In the prime of my career, I was struck with a brain injury that left my future uncertain. This film offers a suspenseful glimpse into the moment I accepted my new reality. It was my privilege to work with two incredible actors, David Pasquesi (Veep, Angels and Demons) and Ellie Reed, (Netflix’s GirlBoss), who gave this story life beyond my imagining.