Eric Gilmartin

Eric Gilmartin

Screenwriter, Crew and Videographer

Commerce, Texas

Member Since:
May 2015
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About Eric

I hail from California. I studied for my B.A. at King's College in London, England, before graduating from Texas A&M University. My brief stint as a journalist took me to New Zealand, to cover its burgeoning film industry. I have written about a dozen scripts for Film, Television, Radio, and Sequential Art. I'm planning to direct a digital video, early in 2020.

I learned about television production in high school, studied broadcasting in college, then moved on to local television, as a location/studio technician (camera, sound, grip, etc.) before I acted in, produced, wrote and directed student films/videos.

My science-fiction saga, "WOLF-PACK STORIES" includes a feature-length Screenplay, a Print Novel (covert art: see above), and seven episodes of a planned Radio Drama series.

Best of luck to you, on your creative endeavors! I look forward to communicating with you.

Unique traits: I'm left-handed, can read upside-down, and have a good animal-empathy thing going on.


  • "PLAN IT"

    "PLAN IT" Budget: $0 - $100K | Comedy Sci-fi A wandering inspector visits a shy academic's home, to sip tea, eat pizza, prepare for a possible move by their home planet to subjugate humanity, and discuss the baffling popularity of a certain musical group.  (~30 minutes.)


    "DEATH BENEFITS..." Budget: $0 - $100K | Comedy Fantasy Independent A rising young marketer discovers that his firm has gotten him declared legally dead - though he feels fine ! A satirical look at modern business practices.  (~30 minutes).

  • "MID-ATLANTIC" (Episode 1x01: "A YANK AT THE OXCART")

    "MID-ATLANTIC" (Episode 1x01: "A YANK AT THE OXCART") Budget: $100K - $1M | Comedy Historical Romance Pilot for a proposed sit-com: During the mid-Nineties 'Brit-pop' craze, three American students, happy ducklings all, must either sink or swim in the competitive waters of a London university. Written for British television.  (~30 minutes.)

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