Tom Loveman is the award-winning, LA-based writer and producer of the short films "Reclamation" and "Synesthesia," which, combined, have appeared in over 80 film festivals, including the San Diego Independent International Film Festival, and won numerous awards and nominations. "Reclamation" won Best Sci-Fi/Fantasy short in the 2018 Burbank International Film Festival. Tom was a Top 10 Finalist in the 2017 Playstation Emerging Filmmaker Program and a finalist in the Beverly Hills Screenwriting Competition in 2013. Besides writing and producing his shorts, Tom also edited the films and produced some of the visual effects.
A graduate of Indiana University, Tom started his college education as a Music Education major, but, after two years, changed to Journalism and pursued his love of visual communications. He was the first staff member of the "Indiana Daily Student" campus newspaper to design ads using desktop publishing on a Mac. Getting his B.A. in Journalism in 1992, Tom spent 20 years working in advertising and marketing in Cleveland, Akron and Chicago. He edited his first videos at Malone Advertising in 1995 cutting commercials for Goodyear. In 2003, aspiring writer/producer/director Anthony Samangy asked Tom to help produce a short film. That led to Tom producing several more award-winning shorts, music videos and a documentary.
Tom wrote his first TV pilot, an international action/drama, in 2007 with Hot Lather Productions partner Trish Sgro. They then co-created the sitcom "Julio," and produced the pilot episode in Cleveland.
Moving to Los Angeles in 2012, Tom added feature films to his portfolio. He also co-hosts the weekly writers' podcast "Writers Group Therapy" () and co-leads a writers group in North Hollywood.
Film (Sci-Fi and Short) Executive Producer/Writer In the year 2151, the universe is controlled by the Weston Global Corporation. When Cassie's father, mother, and finally beloved younger sister and taken by the corporation as repayment of societal debt, Cassie must find a way across space to reunite her family. Written by Rachanee Lumayno
The Hopping Dead
Film (Short and Horror) Producer Two thieves break into a Chinese business only to stumble upon the terror that is the Chinese jiang shi, a corpse reanimated as a vampire by Chinese black magic that, because of rigor mortis, chases after its victims by hopping.
Film (Short and Comedy) Producer Three couples learn how dysfunctional they are during what's supposed to be a fun game night.
Film (Short and Comedy) Producer Two couples participate in a reality TV show where they swap spouses, but one of the couples doesn't want to swap back.
Film (Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller and Short) Executive Producer/Writer What happens when we depend on our digital devices too much?
A Girl's Guide to Having It All
Film (Documentary and Biography) Producer A Girl's Guide to Having It All is a documentary that examines the notion that women can, or cannot, really have it all.
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Super to the Heroes
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Film by Hot Lather Productions LLC (Comedy) Co-Producer/Co-Writer Julio, a young and sexy Puerto Rican tattoo artist, works out of the basement of his cousin Jose's barbershop. Julio gets into trouble on an all too-frequent basis, Jose, is barely keeping things under control around the shop. Between Tony, the mafioso wannabe barber who would like to take over the shop, and Gustav, the gossip-obsessed, gay barber in a desperate search for a mate, it's a wonder any hair actually gets cut. Written by Tom Loveman
Film by Autumn Haze Pictures Producer
Video by Autumn Haze Pictures Associate Producer
Strange & Sane
Film by Autumn Haze Pictures Associate Producer
Winner: Best VFX, "Reclamation," Michigan Comic Con Film Festival
Winner: Best VFX, "Reclamation," Golden State Film Festival
Winner: Science Fiction Award, "Reclamation," Webdance Film Festival
Winner: Best Science Fiction/Fantasy Short, "Reclamation," Burbank Int'l Film Festival
Winner: Award of Excellence, "Synesthesia," Depth of Field Film Festival
Winner: Best Original Story, "Synesthesia," Things 2 Fear Film Festival
Top 10 Finalist, "Hoods," Playstation Emerging Filmmaker Program
Winner: Best Sound, "Synesthesia," Independent Horror Movie Awards
Indiana University - Bloomington