|Born||in Los Angeles, California, USA|
Mini Bio (1)
Antonia Bogdanovich was a freelance journalist for The Santa Monica Daily Press, Beverly Hills Weekly and The Charleston City Paper. A week after 9/11, Antonia began an internship at CBS News 48 Hours, under producer Susan Zirinsky. In 2014, she expanded her short, the critically acclaimed, My Left Hand Man (Winner - Best Short, New Jersey Film Festival), into a full-length feature, Phantom Halo, which she co-wrote (2014 Austin Film Festival, 2015 Sarasota Film Festival). It won Best Picture, Best Director, Best Screenplay and Best Supporting Actor at the 2015 NYC International Film Festival. It was a New York Times Critic Pick and was released in theaters and VOD in June 2015. She was a Co-Executive Producer on She's Funny That Way (2015) starring Jennifer Anniston and Owen Wilson. And produced, The Phenom (2016), starring Paul Giamatti and Ethan Hawke and Six L.A. Love Stories (2018). She casting the dark comedy, The Rabbit Will Die, which she co-wrote and will direct. She's attached to direct, The Criminals, a Polish Underground WWII script her parents, Peter Bogdanovich and Polly Platt, wrote in 1968. She just completed a TV series treatment and pilot, Tangiers, an international crime-drama about a group of women who run a sex-trafficking ring. She's is now writing semi-autobiographical script, Vanilla Shake, about her childhood growing up in 1980's Los Angeles. She's also working on a memoir, 298 Miles From the Circus Tent.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Antonia Bogdanovich