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Philip Sedgwick


Philip wrote his first screenplay largely due to the prompting of a writer friend. The second script he penned, Neon Cactus, landed a berth as a Quarter-Finalist in the Academy's esteemed Nicholl Fellowship (1990). Since then, more than forty of his scripts & films have received acclaim in screenwriting contests, film festivals and writing ... See full bio »

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5 wins & 27 nominations. See more awards »

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 2019 You Only Live Twice (TV Series) (Writer - 1 episode) (filming)
- Sushi (2019) ... (Writer)
 2018/I Otro Lado (Short) (completed)
 2018 Turned Out (Short) (co-writer)
 2017 Elevator Pitch (Short) (story by) / (written by)
 2013 Mirage at Zabul Province (Short) (writer)
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 2018/I Otro Lado (Short) (still photographer) (completed)
 2014 Happy Birthday Scruff (Short) (still photographer)
 2012 VOTE (Smart) (Short) (still photographer)
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 2019 You Only Live Twice (TV Series) (Script Consultant - 1 episode) (filming)
- Pilot (2019) ... (Script Consultant)
 2017 Elevator Pitch (Short) (stills photographer)
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  Eyes Upon Waking (pre-production)
Facility Inpatient
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 2017 Elevator Pitch (Short) (executive producer)

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Kate, another of Philip's scripts placed in the top 25 of the Going Green Film Festival, 2010. As well, it became a finalist in the Mountain Film Festival, 2010, and the 2011 Charleston International Film Festival. See more »

Alternate Names:

Philip C. Sedgwick
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Trivia:

While serving in the US Navy in 1972, Philip's ship, USS Ouellet, was scheduled to be used as a location in an episode of Hawaii 5-0, showing on February 29, 1972. Due to operational deployments, Ouellet was unavailable and replaced by the USS Rathburne. In the opening image, however, Ouellet made the shot as she prepared to put to sea.

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