Jim Cliffe is an award-winning writer/filmmaker with a diverse background in illustration and animation, working with clients such as Kellogg's.
Jim's first short film, 'Tomorrow's Memoir', won 'Best Comics-Oriented Film' Award at the 2005 San Diego Comic-Con, and received rave reviews from Film Threat, Moviehole, and DC Comics.
Teaming with his wife Melodie Krieger, Jim co-wrote the feature-length screenplay 'Donovan's Echo', which was awarded Bronze in the 2007 PAGE International Screenwriting Awards and quarter-finalist in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' 2007 Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting.
'Donovan's Echo' would be Jim's debut feature as a director. Starring Danny Glover and Bruce Greenwood, 'Donovan's Echo' was selected as the opening film at the 2011 Calgary International Film Festival. After playing in various festivals, the movie was theatrically released in Canada in 2012.
Name: Jim Cliffe
Lives in: Vancouver, Canada
Occupation: Director and Screenwriter
Film (Drama, Fantasy and Mystery) Writer/Director A series of uncanny deja vu events force a man (DANNY GLOVER) to re-examine his tragic past, memory, instinct, and future.
Film (short) (Drama, Fantasy and Short) Writer/Director Jaded by a world which has deceived him, an older gentleman withdraws from society into a somber and lonely existence. When a crisis develops in the city, it soon becomes clear that he has led a more than unusual life. He is a man with secrets, bitterness, lies, and regret - and he's being watched.