B. Bill Randal

B. Bill Randal

Freelance & Contract

Director, producer and content creator in San Francisco, California

About B.

Unique writer, screenwriter, filmmaker, and producer of digital and virtual cinematic gaming media for promising production companies and/or producers and directors of motion pictures, television, music videos, web series or video games. Ghostwriter or credited writer on screenplays, treatments, synopsis, outlines, bios, nonfiction novels/graphic novels and virtual reality games.


Name: B. Bill Randal

Lives in: San Francisco, California

Company: Freelance & Contract

Occupation: Director, Producer, Content Creator, Assistant Director, Author, Film/theatre Journalist, Researcher, Screenwriter, Script Consultant, Script Coordinator, Script Supervisor, Story Analyst and Storyboard Artist

Unique traits: Studying all aspects of film production under experienced professionals has prepared me as an artist to break new ground in the field of visual storytelling. Learning the rules first in order to break the rules has influenced me to turn a chapter in cinema and present work that reflects the wants of an intelligent audience. Limitations and censorship inspire me to rebel against an industry of prequels, sequels, spin-offs, remakes, and adaptations and push forth a movement of original work in cinema as we merge into a home-entertainment takeover of virtual cinematic gameplay. I hope to promote positive change, preserve the cinematic experience while leading a movement towards artistic profit and towards freedom of expression.

Awards

  • SFIndie's Another Hole In The Head - Black Rainbow for The Doodler Homocides
    (2016)

  • All Genre Screenplay Winner for The Doodler Feature Screenplay
    (2016)

  • America's Rainbow Film Festival
    (2016)

  • Cannes Screenplay Contest
    (2016)

Projects

  • The Hermit

    The Hermit (0000 - 2016)
    Film (short) by Slugwax Productions (Horror and Short) Director, Writer, Producer, Editor An Interpretive narrative involving The Hermit and his followers.

  • The Doodler Homocides

    The Doodler Homocides (2015 - 2016)
    Documentary by Bryan William Randal (Crime, Documentary and History) Director, Writer, Producer, Editor The true story of San Francisco’s most infamous serial killer. Between January of 1974 and September 1975, The Doodler killed fourteen homosexual men in the Castro, San Francisco’s gay district. All victims were Caucasian, inebriated and closeted to society. The Doodler would lure these men by drawing their pictures on bar napkins, later leaving the renditions with their bodies for Homicide Inspectors to find. *Finalist at America's Rainbow Film Festival presented by HBO / SFIndie’s Another Hole in the Head - Black Rainbow 2016

  • The Doodler

    The Doodler (0000 - 2016)
    Film by Bryan William Randal (Crime, Fantasy, Horror and History) Screenwriter He's an artist Based on the true story of a killer who tested the will of the SFPD and the LGBT community during the rise of the Gay Liberation Front. Between January of 1974 and September 1975, The Doodler killed fourteen homosexual men in the Castro, San Francisco’s gay district. All victims were Caucasian, inebriated and closeted to society. The Doodler would lure these men by drawing their pictures on bar napkins, later leaving the renditions with their bodies for Homicide Inspectors to find. *Winner for Best Screenplay at America's Rainbow Film Festival presented by HBO 2016 & All Genre Screenplay Contest 2016 *Finalist at TeaDance Gay & Lesbian Film Festival / Filmmakers International Screenwriting Awards / Genre Celebration Festival / The Spotlight Screenplay Competition / Steam House Entertainment Independent Film Awards 2016

  • House on Haunted Hill

    House on Haunted Hill (0000 - 2016)
    Film by Bryan William Randal (Horror) Screenwriter DO WHAT THOU WILT The real Frederick Lorraine returns to bribe the Lorraine dynasty to earn their due inheritance and ensure the continuation of his sovereign name in this epic sequel spin-off to House on Haunted Hill. Twins Donny and Dusky Lorraine were set to inherit millions when their grandfather, recluse Frederick Lorraine, mysteriously vanishes. Unfortunately, his money disappeared with him. On their eighteenth birthday, they orchestrate a confidential gathering of friends at a decrepit manor. They promise their friends wealthy party prizes so long as they survive the night. Following Frederick's instructions, they initiate a predestined ritual to regenerate a messiah and turn lead into gold. Only then will their grandfather’s missing fortune be bestowed. This screenplay tells the real story behind the Lorraine Dynasty and the legendary House on Haunted Hill. It is a spin-off, an early-nineties sequel timepiece and an original film that creates a new anthology to the classic haunted mansion films; The House on Haunted Hill (1959) and 13 Ghosts (1960). Both written by Robb White and directed by William Castle. With the original film being apart of the public domain, this fearless update is a rebirth of an archetype that ties classical fears of the twentieth century with epic neo-horror.

  • Edon Isle

    Edon Isle (0000 - 2014)
    Film by Slugwax Productions (Sci-Fi) Screenwriter Last Human Standing. In the far future, a royal family participates in a global lottery to be the last living human and earn a place with the Gods. A prophet is imprisoned by the world government to warn humanity of an impending extinction event. Following a vision of doom, a scientist preserves their bodies in the Earth for an ice age. They awake to a world obsessed with virtual sports and compete in a lottery to earn a place among the gods.

  • The Grid

    The Grid (0000 - 2014)
    Film (short) by Bryan William Randal (Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller and Short) Screenwriter Chance outweighs skill. A couple survive year one of an EMP attack to find themselves fighting for another day. WWIII ends with a nuclear device detonating over America’s ionosphere creating an Electromagnetic Pulse and destroying North America’s outdated electrical grid. Within one year, ninety percent of the population is wiped out. Davor and Patricia fight to live another day in the Marin Headlands of Northern California. In their world, chance outweighs skill. Only the lucky will survive.

  • Lechery

    Lechery (0000 - 2013)
    Film (short) by Slugwax Productions (Horror and Short) Director, Writer, Producer, Editor A man is sadistically punished for his lecherous ways.

  • 2050

    2050 (0000 - 2013)
    Film (short) by Slugwax Productions (Comedy, Sci-Fi and Short) Screenwriter One time. One mind. News reporters discover the effects of global consciousness when time-zones are eliminated on New Year's Eve, 2050. In the future, our world has one government and one language. Many religions remain. On the New Year’s Eve of 2050, humanity eliminates time-zones. At the strike of new-midnight, all the world proclaims the same thought, bringing a year of happiness. With a new understanding of global consciousness, the world government and its religious leaders decide to make some changes.

  • The Magician

    The Magician (0000 - 2012)
    Film (short) by Slugwax Productions (Horror and Short) Director, Writer, Producer, Editor A Warlock selects the Magician Tarot Card as his future identity. *Winner at Experimental Festival at The Academy of Art University.

  • Congelation Sabbat

    Congelation Sabbat (0000 - 2012)
    Film (short) by Slugwax Productions (Horror and Short) Director, Writer, Producer, Editor A dark ceremony is performed to congeal dual sexual forces. *Winner at Experimental Festival at The Academy of Art University

  • Agraphobia

    Agraphobia (0000 - 2011)
    Film (short) by Slugwax Productions (Horror and Short) Director, Writer, Producer, Editor A man is affected by the bigotry of homophobic news reports. *Featured at the Epidemic Film Festival at The Academy of Art University

  • John McLaren and the Golden Gate Park

    John McLaren and the Golden Gate Park (0000 - 2010)
    Documentary by Slugwax Productions (Documentary and History) Director, Writer, Producer, Editor Superintendent John McLaren and how he created the beautiful Golden Gate Park. John McLaren, Supervisor of Golden Gate Park from 1890 until his death in 1943, detested statues. He defied the City authorities and persisted in his lifelong crusade to keep Golden Gate Park free of statues.

Education

  • Academy of Art University (San Francisco, CA)
    (2016)

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