|Born||in Yuba City, California, USA|
|Birth Name||Denis Charles Griffith|
Mini Bio (1)
Chuck Griffith is a digital advertising and marketing expert, most notably in artificial intelligence and machine learning for improving customer experience while at Salesforce and AppDynamics, the latter was acquired by Cisco in 2017. He continues to help produce and mentor other filmmakers including Diana Kaluza's "A Special Night", which premiered at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival.
Following a win with "Safe Sex" (2000) for a best short film prize in London, Chuck Griffith directed his feature film debut, "Thank You, Good Night". "TYGN", starring Mark Hamill ("Star Wars"), Christian Campbell ("Reefer Madness"), Sally Kirkland ("JFK"), and John Paul Pitoc ("Six Feet Under"), garnered high praise at film festivals across the country and won a Jury Prize award for best feature film. He co-wrote the lyrics for the movie's hit songs, "Not in High School Anymore" and "Fifth of July". Recently, the film received a cult following on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon Instant Video, Xbox, and Playstation.
After going back to finish college at Columbia University in 2006, where he received his B.A. and M.A., Chuck served as a producer for MTV's "Made" in 2007 and 2008. He also worked as story consultant on "In The Blood". In 2008, Chuck served as the creative director for "Best of Breed: Volume 1", a critically-acclaimed high art compilation of curated short films.
Chuck Griffith's producing credits include short films such as "A Special Night" (2017), "Barista" (2015), "After Death" (2013), "Give Baby a Kiss" (2012), and "A Heart Felt" (2011). Chuck wrote and directed a festival-favorite short film "No Woman's Face Remember", nominated for several international awards and screened at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Emily Rothchild