Sean Hood

Artist Profile

Mediums

Digital Video - Hi Definition
Film - 35mm

Genres

Short Films
Feature Film

Personal Description

Sean Hood (born August 13, 1966) is an American screenwriter and director best known for horror films and psychological thrillers, and more recently for directing the short film Melancholy Baby.

Sean Hood graduated from Brown University, with a double major in pure mathematics and studio art. He continued his studies at the USC School of Cinematic Arts, graduating in 1997 with an MFA in production. His Short Film, “The Shy and the Naked” won a grant from the Sloan Foundation for the positive portrayal of science.[1]
He is currently writing action films including Hercules for Millennium Films, and the sequel to Stigmata for MGM. He also wrote the episode "The Echoes" for NBC's Fear Itself.
He was one of the founding members of Filmmakers Alliance and often collaborates creatively with FA's president, Jacques Thelemaque.

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