Writer-Director David J. Greenberg has been writing screenplays professionally since the early 90's. "Incorporated" was a semi-finalist for the prestigious Sundance Screenwriters Lab. His film "The True Meaning of Cool" won an award from the American Film Institute. Today, with over 40 screenplays for features, shorts and documentaries under his belt, he continues to hustle. A feature he wrote, "What Matters Most" was released in 2009. "Used To Love Her", written by Greenberg is expected to make a 2015 festival run. A short, "Sugar Cookie" has screened internationally. His feature "Stomping Ground" was shot in 24 hours and is currently in post-production. A documentary, "Bonnie & Clyde: Lovers on the Run" is scheduled for 2015 release. He is developing a serialized TV project for a producer with ties to Netflix and Amazon. Currently, he is in the running for a job on the script of a four-part PBS documentary about the Civil War.
Will You Marry My Mom? Budget: $1M - $5M | Romance ⋄ Comedy Will You Marry My Mom? is about Kajal Singh, one-time Bollywood teen star, now 28, living in New York, a widowed, single mom who starts dating again and, after a series of hilarious get- togethers, finally agrees to see the man her family considers to be the biggest catch in town but instead finds herself connecting with Barry, the limo driver hired to take her around town, a man with a secret connection to her that could threaten their unlikely blossoming relationship.