Thomas Allen Crowell

Thomas Crowell

Lane Sash & Larrabee, LLP
Producer, Other and Entertainment Attorney

New York City, New York

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About Thomas

• Accomplished attorney with a strong background in television and film production agreements and intellectual property law. Production counsel for programs featured on TLC, WE, DIY, and the Discovery Channel.
• Author of The Pocket Lawyer for Filmmakers, a best-selling book on film and television law.
• Author of The Pocket Lawyer for Comic Book Creators, the first legal guide to the comic book industry.
• Founding Director of Cardozo Law School’s Indie Film Clinic; adjunct professor of law.
• Founding Executive Director for the New Jersey Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts.
• Former head of business development for the Science Technology Network.
• Creator of attorney continuing legal education programs at New York Comic Con

Unique traits: Admitted to the bars of NY, NJ, and the US Supreme Court

Credits

  • Jane Wants a Boyfriend

    Jane Wants a Boyfriend (2015)
    Film (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Miscellaneous Crew Inspired by real life events, the film explores a week in the life of Jane, a young costume designer working as an intern on an exciting theater piece. Despite dealing with the everyday challenges of being on the autism spectrum she takes action to enlists her sister Bianca to help her find her very first boyfriend. As Jane goes on some very eye-opening first dates, Bianca realizes that, at the end of the day, we all deserve to be loved. Written by Anonymous

  • Gored

    Gored (2015)
    Film (Documentary) Miscellaneous Crew Antonio Barrera is the most gored matador in modern bullfighting. After a career of hardship, he is forced to define his legacy in his final performance.

  • Patrolman P

    Patrolman P (2013)
    Film (Documentary, Biography, Crime and Mystery) Miscellaneous Crew In 1971 the Knapp Commission, entrusted to expose corruption in the New York Police Department, faces a major problem. They have little physical evidence - their main source, Frank Serpico, won't wear a wire. They finally strike gold when a corrupt cop named William Phillips agrees to become their undercover agent, in exchange for immunity from a bribery charge. The evidence he eventually collects leads directly to the indictment of thirty New York cops. But the tables quickly turn when Phillips himself is convicted of a double-homicide. Three decades later and still in prison Phillips claims he's the victim of a massive police conspiracy. Written by Anonymous

  • Play On, John: A Life in Music

    Play On, John: A Life in Music (2009)
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  • She's Moving In

    She's Moving In (2007)
    Television (Reality-TV) Miscellaneous Crew Add a Plot »

  • I've Got Nothing to Wear

    I've Got Nothing to Wear (2007)
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  • Golden Days

    Golden Days (2007)
    Film (Documentary, Biography and Music) Miscellaneous Crew In 2001, a photo assistant named Alex Dezen asked a couple of friends to record a few songs with him. Shortly thereafter they would form the Brooklyn based rock band, The Damnwells. Two years later they had toured the country, opened for rock legends and had a song featured in a major motion picture. By 2004, they had signed a major record deal with Epic records (Sony/BMG). In March 2005, The Damnwells went into the studio to record their first professional album. For six months, The Damnwells immersed themselves in preproduction, recording and mixing. But as months passed, their release date was moved further and further away. In January of 2006, lead singer Alex Dezen received a call they never expected. The band was being released from their contract and the fate of the album was unknown. For the moment it would sit on a shelf at Epic records and collect dust. The Damnwells, who had previously recorded their albums in a storage space and their apartments, were not used to waiting. ... Written by Jennifer Grimm

  • Unholy

    Unholy (2007)
    Film (Horror, Sci-Fi and Thriller) Producer Martha, a widow living in rural Pennsylvania, comes home to find her daughter about to blow her own head off with a shotgun in the basement of their house. Martha doesn't succeed in stopping her child's horrific demise, but the girl's death gradually leads the grieving mother to investigate a conspiracy that involves a legendary local witch, Nazi dabbling with the occult, and secret government experiments, with the story even referencing the fabled Philadelphia Experiment. Written by CartmanKun@aol.com

  • Where Do Planes Sleep?

    Where Do Planes Sleep? (1995)
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Education

  • New York University (New York, NY)

  • Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law

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