Christopher Schiller

Christopher Schiller

Entertainment attorney, producer and screenwriter in Albany, New York

About Christopher

I am a columnist at Script Magazine with "Legally Speaking, It Depends..." a series of articles that cover the legal and business aspects of screenwriting and independent filmmaking. There I answer the more common questions I tend to get as an entertainment attorney representing a lot of independent filmmakers as well as writers selling their wares to Hollywood. I also produce, write and direct my own work and write feature screenplays to market.

Name: Christopher Schiller

Lives in: Albany, New York

Occupation: Entertainment Attorney, Producer and Screenwriter


  • Bumpin Uglies

    Bumpin Uglies (2016)
    Film by Kevin Craig West (Comedy) Editorial department Detective Sara Ross leads her misfit Police team on a hunt to find Pinsky, the world's most notorious prostitution ring leader, only to come head to head with Mavis Bonder's FBI team, causing a stir in her case and her short temper.

  • 47 2nd Street

    47 2nd Street (2014)
    Film by John Bradley (Short and Comedy) Cinematographer A dysfunctional wealthy family is in jeopardy of losing their inheritance if they don't produce an heir which seems to be screwing up their life styles.

  • Super Knocked Up

    Super Knocked Up (2013)
    Television (Action and Comedy) Producer

  • The Notebook

    The Notebook (2012)
    Film by Justin Maine (Short and Thriller) Producer

  • The Writer.

    The Writer. (2003)
    Film by Christopher Schiller (Short and Drama) Producer A lone woman sets out to become a writer. Beset by self doubts made poignant by her neighbor's incessant typing, his sudden silence draws her in to find fate has written an important role for her. Is she The Writer? The production of The Writer was conceived as an experiment in the auteur theory of film to test whether a solitary, creative vision truly can drive an entire project. All of the pre-production, production and post-production tasks aside from the acting were performed by one person. The experiment provided many revelations about just how much any creative endeavor thrives on the collaborative process. Whether the experiment has succeeded is left to the judgment of the audience. Written by Schiller, Christopher

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