Deborah Goodwin
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Deborah Goodwin is a writer-director-producer whose work in film and television began as a Development Executive for Sanford-Pillsbury Productions (Desperately Seeking Susan, River’s Edge, How to Make an American Quilt). Deborah’ Urbanworld Film Festival, Best Screenplay win for her darkly provocative family drama “Cherry’s”, launched her filmmaking path. She has written for Emmy-winning and Independent Spirit Award nominated Producers, and for shows like the cult favorite horror series “Tales from The Cryptkeeper.” She is a Film Independent and IFP lab fellow, best known for her horror fable Vampires in Venice, (Marché de Cannes) and The Pastor, an action-drama released by Fathom Events and AMC. Deborah is a Sundance Institute Co//ab advisor and screenwriting professor at Brooklyn College, recently she wrote and co-created the noir-crime series Hot Freeze, based on IP of the same title, the pilot sold to Canadian producer Nomadic (Fargo, Van Helsing, Hell on Wheels)