I am very interested in period pieces, bio-pics, and journey films. Road trip films are great. Comedies are always a plus.
Not interested in sci-fi or romcoms.
Ben Segal is a young writer, director, & producer. Ben graduated with a B.A. from NYU and an M.F.A. from Tel Aviv University. He currently works for Zach Shields (GODZILLA VS KONG, KRAMPUS) as a development coordinator. Ben has worked for Scott Rudin Productions in a video production role; for Miramax as a location scout on Alexander Payne's most recent film THE HOLDOVERS; and for Israeli-director Nony Geffen on his award-winning film CALLING. He has directed and produced 2 short films with several festival selections including the Montreal Independent Film Festival, New York Indie Shorts Awards & Venezia Shorts.
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