Mini Bio (1)
Don attended the New York Film Academy's four-week intensive workshop. He wrote and directed the critically acclaimed short movie Ripple in August 2002 and The Bumbling Detective in October 2002. In November 2002 he completed Welcome to Kentuckiana. He is formerly the Director of Product Development for Adman Software. He developed four games on a TRS 80 Model I Level II in 1981, released by the Programmer's Guild and Micro Fantasy: Thunder Road, Deadly Dungeon, Revenge of Balrog, and The Fortress at Times-End. He is an award-winning wine maker and the author of a beer-making manual. Don's first feature, a no-budget film noir murder mystery, Losers Lounge won the Best Film Noir at the 2004 Bare Bones International Independent Film Festival. His second feature, Somewhere In Indiana was distributed by Echelon Entertainment, and receive very good notices on Independent Film Internet sites as B-Independent, Film Thread, and other web sites. Together with Chera Federle, Don has co-written WLAC Nashville, a fictional dramatization of the late night WLAC disc jockeys who played Rhythm and Blues during the 50's through the early 1970's. The script was endorsed by The Southern Legends Association, The Southern Legends Entertainment and Performing Arts Hall of Fame and BluePower Network. Terry Stewart of The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, legendary R&B songwriter and producer, Ted Jarrett, and A&R great, John Rhys Eddins give the project their full support. Bob Timmers of The Rockabilly Hall of Fame loves the story and believes "this story has to be told". The script WLAC Nashville was sold as source material to an optioned Hollywood Writer in 2006. Don has recently two scripts, The Return of the Demented Celery, an homage to the science fiction movies of the 1950s and Wonton Sou, The case of the Murdered Banker, a satire of Charlie Chan movies.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Don Boner