Brad Saville

BRAD SAVILLE is a novelist, playwright, and filmmaker. His novel Grotesque was published when he was 23. His first film, Williamsburg (2006) won Best Noir at the New York International Film Festival in 2006. Williamsburg has also been official selections of: Queens International Film Festival 2006, Delray Beach Film Festival 2007, Syracuse International Film Festival 2007, and The Long Island Wine and Country Film Festival 2007. Brad directed and produced the picture, A Night with Mark Murphy, a gritty look at the Grammy-nominated Jazz vocalist performing at the famous Iridium Jazz Club in NYC. His shorter plays Jism, Mint Julep, Gregor, Crazy, The Brothers Slaughter, Dining Alone, and Yermo Blues have been produced on stages throughout New York City the past three years.  In May 2009, Yermo Blues, was published in the New York Theater Review.   For Eastwind, he has written and directed two full-lengths: Two Rooms in Davis in 2007 and Monkey Trick in 2008.  Currently, Brad runs his company, Cadillac Films LLC, and is in pre-production on his next feature film, Regretting Fish.