Veronica Craven is a seasoned Writer and Producer of Television, Video, Film and Script, with 15 years in the Cable Television Industry and the Independent Film Industry since 2006.
Ms. Craven branched out into movies with her first endeavor, 'PocaHauntUs', a self-coined ‘Horromedy’ chock full of blood, cute girls and bad one-liners, and her fourth screenplay, "Zombie King", was optioned.
She is in post production of "Zombie Clowns Conquer The World", a unique green screen tracking plate collaboration with Marty Collins' (Lawnmower Man/Dead Pitt) Digital Media Factory in Santa Cruz.
Currently screenwriting the John Joseph Montgomery story, a historically accurate dramatization, Ms. Craven spends a lot of time researching Victorian Era aviation.
She has eclectic iMDB credits, spanning Comedy, Corporate, Horror, Reality TV, Sports, Education and Politics:
Craven Entertainment officially launched Ms. Craven into independent film work in 2012. Her reputation for organizational skills in 1AD and Script Supervising gained her eyes from a new genre: Music Videos. She had the opportunity to work with L.A. based Sigmund's Strangedream, famed Los Angeles hip-hop Music Video Director, Tha Razor, and a lengthy 3 video contract with Papa Roach.
Her background includes: Special FX Makeup Artistry, Live Broadcast News Story Editing, and she has taught the next generation of film makers wanting to learn film production.
Unique traits: I have intellectual humility where I can recognize when someone else’s idea is better to work with. I have high functioning cognitive skills which allow me to quickly learn from my mistakes.
Film by Aaron Leong (Comedy) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Miscellaneous Crew A high school student must hide the fact that he has become pregnant from his family, friends and the school faculty!
Film (short) by Wes Fisher (Drama and War) Producer A young veteran returns from Iraq to his lower income, inner city community and finds difficulty re-adjusting to life back home, while internalizing the guilt he feels as a result of leaving his buddies at war.
To Die For
Film (short) by Bill Bradley (Drama) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director A story of a man's struggle to cope with the death of his wife. Just when he decides to give up, an unusual stranger helps him realize how to live again. Written by Bill Bradley
Before I Die by Papa Roach
Film (short) by Ezio Lucido (Music) Producer, Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
For Spacious Sky
Film (short) by Coy Middlebrook (Drama) Producer Inspired by actual events and set on Election Day 2008 against the sweeping landscape of rural America, For Spacious Sky is the inspiring story of three lost brothers finding their way back to each other - one from hate, one from addiction, and one from discrimination. Eli, an ex-con white supremacist struggling to start his life over, and Clay, a gay novelist, must set aside their differences for the day to bring their drug-addicted younger brother, Kevin, to rehab. On this day of our nation's most important decision, these three estranged brothers find themselves at a similar crossroads and must choose either to remain broken or to change. Written by Kevin Allen Jackson
Slashed: Tales of Forbidden Lust
Film (short) by Kira Trinity (Action, Comedy and Fantasy) Producer A small-town Christian girl has taken the low road - she's moved to the city of San Francisco and become a slash fiction writer. Her characters are different than your usual Harry/Draco slash - they're real people from her life, who become unwillingly caught in her fantasies. Or rather, she becomes caught in theirs. Written by Anonymous
The Night Before Christmas
Film (short) by D.C. Kasundra (Crime and Drama) Producer On the night before Christmas, a desperate man will go to desperate measures.
The Cost of Living
Film by Veronica Craven (Comedy) Director This hilarious comedy is about the bad decisions that people can make while living under a "broke mentality"! When an elderly couple runs into some financial troubles, and their only way out is death or living on the streets, George plots a clever life insurance scam behind his wife's back, one that ensures their son will never have to work again, and one that will surely solve the couple's problems, permanently. George hires a hit-man to target himself and his wife and make it look like and accident. However, what he doesn't know might not kill him. Brett [the hit-man] is still very new at the job, and really isn't very good at killing people yet, often failing quite miserably and somehow hurting himself during his many attempts. As this wacky comedy of errors ensues, will Brett ever manage to finish the job? Or will George's clever scam be discovered? Written by Robert Legend
Film by Shawn Cain (Horror) Producer, Writer A contemporary Vampire story set in present day Seattle. Serbia (the son of an Oracle whose father sat at the right hand of Zeus), once roamed the earth as the man Judas Iscariot, and is now the leader of an entire race of Vampires. His goal, as it has been since the crucifixion of Christ, is to bring into captivity, enslave, and feed upon the entire human race. Written by Shawn Cain
Getting Through Security
Film (short) by Paolo Durazzo (Comedy) Actress In this comedy short, we look at how absolutely ridiculous and frustrating it is to go through airport security in today's world. You can feel the irritation as this piece goes on and on, as the passenger grows weary and exhausted from the constant stupidity in the request and language. Sit back, laugh, and get irritated, a unique combination of emotions. Or simply relate and laugh. Written by Wendy Bernhardt
Film by Veronica Craven (Horror) Producer, Director, Writer, Editor The ancient spirit of Pocahontas returns to take grizzly revenge for the massacre of her people.
In the Cellar
Television (Comedy) Producer, Director, Writer, Editor Barry host shows that are presented in the cellar of his home. Barry's favorite types of shows are classic, cult, and old horror movies. Barry and his cast of wacky friends and neighbors get into some strange predicaments and antics, all somehow happening to follow loosely with whatever show is currently being hosted. Written by Philip Anderson