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Heather McCluskey

Heather McCluskey

Screenwriter, Actor, Director and Producer

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Member Since:
July 2017
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About Heather

I started out my film career writing/directing shorts at home and school utilizing whatever equipment was available to be at the time. After graduating at 16 I was hired on my first major production as a PA and quickly moved into the Grip role, still auditioning and doing small acting roles on the side. Although I love the set life, the 16 hrs a day 6 days a week didn't leave much time for writing. So I took another day job, to finance my home life, while I focused on perfecting the art and have been writing strictly full length feature screenplays for over 10 years now. Recently I opened Spec Central Films LLC in an effort to produce more original content and flood the market with new stories. we are still in the funding stages of the company but have several films in line waiting to be made.

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  • Suspect Zero

    Suspect Zero (2004)
    Film (Crime, Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Miscellaneous Crew When Dallas FBI Agent Thomas Mackelway violates serial killer Raymond Starkey's civil rights during an unorthodox arrest, Starkey goes free and Mackelway is demoted to a remote branch of the agency in Albuquerque. His first day on the job, Mackelway investigates the murder of traveling salesman Harold Speck, which turns out to be the first of three seemingly random killings. Perhaps they are not random at all. The last to die is Mackelway's nemesis, Raymond Starkey. The assignment consumes him, his past mistakes haunt him, and his head throbs constantly as he tries to find the link between the victims that will lead him to their killer while the case becomes increasingly gruesome and patently personal. This does not go unnoticed by his unflappable partner Fran Kulok, who knows of Mackelway's past and the demons that afflict him. Like Mackelway, she becomes drawn into the labyrinth of chilling clues, all of which point to the enigmatic Benjamin O'Ryan. O'Ryan clearly has a connection ... Written by Sujit R. Varma

  • Blind Horizon

    Blind Horizon (2003)
    Film (Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Actress Frank loses his memory after being shot in small desert town in Texas. As he tries to retrace his steps and figure out his true identity, Frank believes he may be part of a plot to assassinate the president. Written by Kiko200415@yahoo.com

  • Unspeakable

    Unspeakable (2002)
    Film (Horror and Thriller) Actress The scientist Diana Purlow is performing experiments with the mind of criminals sentenced to death in the prison of the sadistic warden Earl Blakely. She tests an apparatus she developed and capable of read minds in a man that claims to be innocent of a murder, but she is not able to convince her former lover and Governor to call off the execution. When the serial killer Jesse Mowatt is arrested and sentenced to death, she convinces the warden to submit Jesse to her experiment. While working with the murderer, Diana faces pure evil in its essence. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

  • Running on Indian Time

    Running on Indian Time (2002)
    Film (Short) Camera and Electrical Department Emory, a former Governor of his tribe, is reunited with his son Larry, via the help of a friend, Sky Montgomery, who invites Larry to travel from the old Pueblo to the new "big city" to join his father at a photo-art exhibition hosted by sky. Written by Anonymous

  • Maniacts

    Maniacts (2001)
    Film (Action, Comedy, Drama, Horror and 1 More) Camera and Electrical Department Two serial killers meet and fall in love in an asylum for the criminally insane. Upon escaping their corrupt captors, they flee to the country to try and lead a happy, normal life. Unfortunately, "normal" turns out to be a state of mind...an elusive state of mind. Written by Kraig Smith <kraigy@mail.utexas.edu>

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