Tony Germann

Tony Germann

Screenwriter

Edgewood, Washington

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October 2016
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About Tony

Screenwriter based in the Seattle area. My first short screenplay, "The Vet" was Quarter-finalist at Stage32's short screenplay competition. I have written two feature length screenplays: "The Han" and "Saving Madam Lou's." Additionally, I've been mentored by: Robert McKee, Chris Vogler, Steven E. de Souza, John Yorke, and James V. Hart. I'm also a member of the Northwest Screenwriters Guild.

In addition to writing, I'm an Air Traffic Controller, by trade. I love to travel, cook, and split time between the mountains and the beach with my wife and 7 year old dog.

Loglines

  • Saving Madam Lou's

    Saving Madam Lou's Budget: $5M - $10M | Drama When a young reporter learns the colorful history behind an historical building set for demolition by a shady developer, she sets out on a mission to save it and discovers the truth behind its eccentric original owner. 

  • THE HAN

    THE HAN Budget: $5M - $10M | Action After a brutal cargo train crash, a veteran trucker is hired to transport a surviving container, only to be hijacked by a violent group of Korean gangsters who intend to make him feel their pain.

Awards

  • Quarter Finalist Stage 32 Short Film Contest
    (2017)

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