Clark lives in Seattle, where he wasted his life in the world of advertising, most recently as C.E.O. of Razorfish, a global leader in digital marketing. In 2011 Clark wrote and produced Do or Die, the world’s first business book delivered as an interactive app for the iPad. He left the agency business two years ago to pursue a career in film. His first short, 20/20 was the world’s first narrative film shot with Google Glass. It was screened at eleven festivals worldwide in 2014 and managed to somehow generate over 50,000 YouTube views. He’s written two feature screenplays. One truly sucked and the other was merely bad. He’s working on his third, which he hopes to be fair to middlin’ (it’s a journey). Expect him to write something filmable some time around mid-2016
Name: Clark Kokich
Lives in: Seattle, Washington
Occupation: Producer and Screenwriter
Film (short) by Mardig Sheridan (Drama, History and War) Producer, Writer In 1971 during the height of the Vietnam war, a career army officer faces a crisis when his 19-year-old son draws a low number in the military draft lottery, just as the country is turning against the war.
Film by Andrew Levitas (Drama) Producer A young man living in Los Angeles has been estranged from his wealthy New York family for years. One day, he suddenly receives word that his terminally ill father wishes to be taken off life support and has 36 hours to live. When he agrees to visit his father, he unintentionally sets up a family conflict with no easy resolution. Written by Anonymous
Film (short) by Vince Werner (Drama) Producer, Writer What are we sacrificing in exchange for the convenience and security of cutting-edge technology? Maybe we don't want to know the answer.