Martha Cotton

Martha Cotton

Finally Films
Director, Producer and Screenwriter

Los Angeles, California

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February 2015
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About Martha

I started my media career as a TV journalist working first in Miami, then in the West Coast bureau of NBC News. After traveling the world and having guns pointed at me in several different languages, I transitioned to entertainment.
The first few films I worked on featured some aspect of the TV news business - that was a great way in to understanding how this industry works. Plus I had a blast.
I was fortunate enough to do the Directing Workshop for Women at AFI - my short qualified for Oscar consideration. Since then I have developed a miniseries for a cable network, been a screenwriter for hire, produced reality shows, had scripts optioned, and have generally counted myself very fortunate to be in this crazy, fun business.


  • Forgiving Solomon Long

    Forgiving Solomon Long Budget: $10M - $30M Solomon Long - Solo - is a hitman. A very good hitman. His latest assignment - take care of some pesky neighborhood activists in Kansas City. The first 2 hits go well. But the third - that annoying pastor at the homeless shelter - that one turns his life upside down. As he's dying, the pastor whispers 'I forgive you.' Solo is forced to examine his life, and sets out to save the rest of the people on his list.

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