Bradd Hopkins is an award winning screenwriter and novelist. His screenplay, Ludlow, recently won the LA Screenplay Competition and the Wildsound Screenplay Competition in Toronto. His screenplay, Annabelle and Me (retitled to HURRICANE SEASON), has won multiple awards and was a finalist in the same competition.
His directorial film debut (based on his award-winning short story adapted to screenplay), Debt to Society, was screened nationwide, including the Taos Shortz Film Festival, the Northwest Ohio Independent Film Festival, The SURGE Film Festival, and The Colorado Indie Spirit Film Festival. He has since produced and directed TACO VALLEY and THE WRITER'S ROOM, as well as a trailer for the Shoot Santa Fe competition and a PSA for NMWIF.
His crew credits include Zombiewood (named Best Horror Short at the 2013 Los Angeles Fear and Fantasy Film Festival), Cyphers, Dibs, High Casting, Hollywood Hill, Misguided Angels, Hello Santa Fe, and Peter Kershaw’s award winning 20 Ways.
Bradd (with Valerie Moore) is co-founder, writer and producer for the audio podcast series, Schrodinger’s Brat and The Santa Fe Light Brigade comedy ensemble.
He has two novels in print; Navassa and The Fourth Corner of the 9th Room. Both have been adapted for the screen. The latter is in production as an audio serial for broadcast and audiobook under the title Blowtorch.