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Wayne Slaten

Wayne Slaten studied art and communications at Marshall University and Methodist University. After working on several award winning short films, he founded Moonlite Filmwerks in 2007 to focus on directing and producing feature length movies. The first feature length film he wrote and directed, 'Backroad', received worldwide distribution in 2012. He... See full bio »
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Patriot Act
Patriot Act Director
Red Pearl
Red Pearl Director
Backroad Director
Cold War
Cold War Director


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 2017 Ash: The Art of Wayne Gilbert (Documentary) (completed)
 2017 Osprey (completed)
 2015/I Red Pearl (Short)
 2015 The Bedtime Story (Short)
 2014/III The Void (Short)
 2012 Backroad
 2011/II Persistence of Vision (Short)
 2011 Cold War (Short)
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Richard Whitlow


5' 6" (1.68 m)

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I am often amazed at how many independent film directors will have their name plastered across the top of a film poster with "A Film By" followed by their name. Look, I get that on a Spielberg, Tarantino or Ridley Scott film. They've earned it. They are a brand in their own right. Audiences seek out their movies because they have developed their style and audience over many films. In my ... See more »

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