Vicki Hansen

Vicki Hansen

Producer and Screenwriter

Luxembourg, Luxembourg

Member Since:
October 2014
Last online:
> 2 weeks ago
Invites sent:

About Vicki

Independent Film Maker keen to make an epic feature film on the food industry and specifically genetically modified foods.
Writer of feature film screenplay BIG FOOD - co-wrote with Billy MacKinnon (HIdeous Kinky, Sweetie). It's a CAUSE FILM. Won BEST UNPRODUCED SCREENPLAY out in the midwest of USA. Script has INTERNATIONAL APPEAL. From Iowa to India, Washington DC to EU, I have access to the locations and teams in Iowa, India, East Coast USA and EU...just need the funding and great cinematographer, experienced producer sympathetic to the message, Director with an eye for beauty and story telling, to pick this up. It is a STORY, not a documentary.

Unique traits: World traveler, Iowan living in Luxembourg Alumni of ASDC / DNC / NAB (that's code of US politics)


  • The Girl at the End of the World

    The Girl at the End of the World (2014)
    Film by Karl McGlone (Comedy and Romance) Producer Dan & Katie are in a long distance relationship, but when a meteor hits the earth and knocks out all technology, they must battle oceans and continents to be together. Along the way, Katie's lifelong friend Sam declares his love for her, forcing Katie to choose between him or Dan! Does Katie risk losing her life long friend by choosing Dan or does she throw away everything she has built with Dan, for the boy next door? Written by Karl McGlone (Producer)

  • Aufzug (The Lift)

    Aufzug (The Lift) (2012)
    Film (short) by Emily Kuhnke Producer The story is set some time in the past, or maybe some time in the future. Given a time-frame, we would say somewhere between the American moonwalk, and Coca- Cola's serious ambition to turn the moon into an advertising logo. Our central character, the young lift operator, is formed by experience into cynicism, detachment, and apathy. The story builds to its crescendo: of public outrage and state crackdown; the banality of commercial interest and the monumental rape of nature. Set in a large newspaper office, the Lift is a place of relative safety. But floor by floor, with each passenger in his or her tableau, the atmosphere of mayhem seeps in. Finally our young character leaves the situation, far-gone in hopelessness and disinterest. Written by Billy MacKinnon


  • Best Unproduced Screenplay, WIld Rose Independent Film Festival USA

  • Best International Short Film, Wild Rose Independent Film Festival USA

register for stage 32 Register / Log In