Daniel Stawanski

Daniel Stawanski

Screenwriter and Script Consultant

Wollongong, Australia

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October 2015
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About Daniel

I studied 'Digital Film and Television Production' at JMC Academy in Sydney before writing/ producing an award winning community TV comedy show which aired 4 seasons (49 episodes) on community access.

While comedy is my preferred, and strongest, genre, I’ve co-written horror/ thriller features that have both placed in multiple competitions, and have worked as a script editor on a number of projects including features and TV pilots in the action, drama, family and comedy genres.

I have been hired to rewrite feature screenplays on assignment and can work from existing outlines or drafts. I'm very happy to write as part of a team and enjoy collaborating with others, helping to develop projects.

Available for freelance work, writing assignments or script editing jobs and am always looking for collaborators, opportunities and a new project.

Credits

  • High Card

    High Card (2014)
    Film (short) Writer A dry-cleaner kidnapped by a group of ruthless mobsters must win one hand of poker in order to stay alive.

  • In Wollongong Tonight

    In Wollongong Tonight (2004 - 2009)
    Television Co writer, producer, co director A comedy show that aired four seasons (49 episodes) on community TV in Sydney. It combined characters, sketches, interviews and scripted behind the scenes drama.

  • The Way Wollongong Was

    The Way Wollongong Was (2008)
    Film (short) Writer, producer An educational look back at the history of Wollongong. There may be some slight liberties taken with the 'facts.'

Awards

  • ‘Hot 100’ placement in the Capital Funds screenplay competition
    (2015)

  • Quarter Finalist in the Stage 32 2nd Annual Search For New Blood screenwriting contest
    (2015)

  • Top 10 Semi Finalist (Horror/ thriller) Nashville Film Festival screenplay competition
    (2014)

  • Semi Finalist (Horror/ thriller)The Screenplay Festival screenwriting competition
    (2013)

  • Quarter Finalist (Comedy) Championship Screenwriting contest
    (2010)

  • Best New Talent winner: Cracker Comedy’s Funnybone 500 film festival
    (2008)

  • Best Local Film winner: Short Sited 12
    (2008)

  • Best Comedy Program winner: National Antenna Awards
    (2007)

Education

  • JMC Academy
    (2003-2004)

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