Legrand McMullen is an independent screenwriter. He has written four feature length screenplays, three one-hour TV pilots, and many short scripts, in addition to having several story projects in development. His feature, Red Harvest, was an Official Finalist in the 2015 Cannes Screenplay Contest. He's also written and produced three short films, Bird Call, Condemned and Poetry Stalled. He's part of the creative collective, Matching Sweaters Productions (www.matchingsweaters.productions).
Bird Call was an official selection at the 2014 Big Easy International Film Festival in New Orleans, and a finalist in the 2014 High Desert International Film Festival in Nevada. Bird Call was the first curated film to crowdsource on Seed & Spark, a film-only funding platform.
Condemned has been an official selection in the 2015 Indie Film Festival - Switzerland,, the 2016 Sedona International Film Festival (Arizona), the 2016 Sunscreen Film Festival, St. Petersburg, FL / Los Angeles CA, the short-filmz.com portal, as well as a 2016 LA Film Review - Bronze Award Winner, and the 2016 IndieFest Film Awards - "Award of Excellence" recipient. The film is currently under consideration at film festivals worldwide.
Legrand also created, and produced and wrote an animated web series entitled Modern Mayhem, eight episodes of which have been released on YouTube and FunnyOrDie.com.
He's an alumni of Robert McKee's Story Workshops and an active Professional Member of the Writers Bootcamp in Los Angeles. He's published three volumes of poetry and some of his work has been published in The Lake Superior Review, California State Poetry Quarterly, Pacific Poetry & Fiction Review, Pigiron Magazine, Carousel Magazine, and Chrysalis Magazine. He qualified to apply for a National Endowment for the Arts Poetry Fellowship. He grew up in Asia and the United States, and has travelled throughout Europe, Central America, Canada and Alaska.