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Brian Sloan is a WGA-nominated writer, director and producer working in film and TV for more than 20 years. His work has screened at more than 150 film festivals worldwide including Sundance, Berlin, Toronto and New Directors/New Films, as well as being commercially released in the U.S. and internationally. Brian has written and directed two ... See full bio »

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West 40s Writer
(2018)
WTC View Writer
(2005)
I Think I Do Writer
(1997)
Pool Days Writer
(1993)

Filmography

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 2018 West 40s (TV Series) (written by - 1 episode)
- Forty Candles (2018) ... (written by)
 2011/III August (story)
 2005 WTC View (play) / (screenplay)
 2003 Cookin' in Brooklyn (TV Series) (writer)
 2003 Boys Life 4: Four Play (segment "Bumping Heads")
 2002 Bumping Heads (Short)
 1997 I Think I Do
 1993 Pool Days (Short) (written by)
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Show Show Actor (2 credits)
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Show Show Camera and Electrical Department (1 credit)
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Other Works:

Novel: "Tale of Two Summers". New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN-10: 0689874391 See more »

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Brian Sloan attended Boston College as an undergraduate, and went to NYU Film School for his Master's Degree. He is originally from the DC area, and worked for several summers in college giving tours at Tourmobile. He grew up in a house in Kensington, MD, which belonged to Shirley Temple Black before his parents purchased it.

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