David Woods is a Writer-Director-Producer, who lives and works in New York.
David grew up in Ocala, Florida and graduated from Vanderbilt University. Before relocating to New York, he lived and worked in Los Angeles for ten years. Despite his time in Los Angeles and New York, David remains a proud Southerner at heart.
His film, SECOND THOUGHTS (11 minutes, 2006), screened at many prominent film festivals, including Palm Springs International Festival of Short Films, the Savannah Film Festival, and the Ashland Independent Film Festival. SECOND THOUGHTS was featured in special program screenings at the Canadian Film Centre in Toronto and the Director’s Guild Theater in Los Angeles.
His follow-up film, BIRTHMARK (11 minutes, 2009), screened at many prestigious festivals, including Rhode Island International Film Festival, Sidewalk Moving Picture Festival, Chicago International Children’s Film Festival, Wisconsin Film Festival, and Sapporo Short Fest. BIRTHMARK was also featured in a special program screening at the Director’s Guild Theater in Los Angeles.
Recently, David produced KITTY KITTY (10 minutes, 2011) for Writer-Director Michael Medaglia. KITTY KITTY is currently on its festival run and has recently screened at Palm Springs International Festival of Short Films, Waterfront Film Festival, Omaha Film Festival, and the Dead by Dawn Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland.
In addition to his filmmaking, David has worked consistently in various aspects of film and television production, most notably as Associate Producer of Are We There Yet?, the TBS comedic series by Executive Producer, Ice Cube and Everybody Hates Chris, the CW comedic series by Executive Producer Chris Rock. He has also served as Post Production Supervisor on various projects, including Steven King’s Emmy Award-winning Mini-Series Nightmares & Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King for TNT, The Good Wife for CBS, Big Love for HBO, and the Jon Reiss feature documentary BOMB IT, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival.