I grew up in a town with a population of around one hundred people in northern Minnesota. The fifth of seven children, I devoted most of my childhood to watching copious amounts of television and movies. How I came to direct my first feature length film is by default. I wrote the screenplay for the film and sent it off to the production company, who already had a director lined up. When he fell through, due to family obligations, I was asked to take over. It was a difficult experience shooting a feature length film with almost no budget, but I had a crew that truly cared about the project and we made sure to finish it. I edited the film together with the producer and now I can say, "I made a movie." Since then, I've edited a few music videos and co-created a television pilot with the star of the feature.
Name: Lucas Pops
Lives in: Los Angeles, California
Company: Feels Like Fiction Films
Occupation: Director, Editor, Screenwriter, Script Consultant and Videographer
Science Marches Han
Television (Sci-Fi) Sound department Dr. Ian Han hosts a quirky science show for kids in the late 80s. The four episodes of this season highlight crucial aspects of science that astronauts must use during a deep space mission. These four topics are directly related to the world of our astronauts in the web series PERSONAL SPACE.
Television (Comedy) Writer Add a Plot »
Film (Comedy and Drama) Writer Tattoo artist Jones Henry has found out he has Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. Through a series of vignettes, Jones tells us all about his past exploits and adds his own personal take on the situation. Through his recollections, he attempts to find his own redemption and discover what his new life will have in store for him, however long it may be. Written by L. Pops
Austin School of Film