Karney Hatch

Karney Hatch

Director and Screenwriter

Portland, Oregon

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January 2018
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About Karney

I'm a writer/director, I've been doing documentaries for the last eight years ("Overdrawn!", "Plant This Movie") and making videos for many clients from the City of Santa Monica to a Swiss Federal Institute, and now I'm in the process of getting back into narrative film. Moving back to LA in a few months.


  • Xmas Inc.

    Xmas Inc. Budget: $5M - $10M | Family A corporate raider has swindled Christmas away from Santa Claus and started running it like a business, and now it's up to two kids from NYC and a gang of disgruntled elves to unravel the swindler's plot and save the day.

  • Measuring Woman

    Measuring Woman Budget: $5M - $10M | Historical The true story of anthropologist Alice Fletcher, who was sent by Congress in the 1890s to try to convince the Nez Perce Indians of Idaho to give up their ancestral ways and start living like white settlers, in the company of her photographer and lesbian partner, Jane Gay.

  • Oltome

    Oltome Budget: $30M+ | Action Drama A recently retired group of special forces operators decides to go to Africa and team up with local activists and rangers to help save a group of elephants from being wiped out.

  • Prime Time

    Prime Time Budget: $100K - $1M | Drama Comedy Set in the 90s, an ensemble dramedy set in one apartment building where all the characters have in common the fact that they watch too much television.


  • Plant This Movie

    Plant This Movie (2014)
    Film (Documentary) Producer "Plant This Movie" explores the zeitgeist of urban farming around the world, from Havana, Cuba to communities of urban farmers in cities as diverse as Shanghai, Calcutta, Addis Ababa, London, and Lima.

  • Overdrawn!

    Overdrawn! (2007)
    Film (Documentary) Producer Explores the predatory lending practices of the major national banks, focusing on overdraft fees. Also explores the larger issues of corporate domination of our culture and government.

  • Happy Hour

    Happy Hour (2003)
    Film (Comedy and Drama) Location management Set in present day New York City, "Happy Hour" is a literate and often funny story of love and how to receive it. Tulley, a once-promising literary star now biding his time as an advertising copy editor, moves from cynicism to acceptance as he secretly hopes to write a great novel only to learn that his life of booze will end all too soon. Levine, his best friend and Natalie, the woman who might have saved him, suffer the pain of Tulley's anger and rejection. Written by Anonymous

  • A Moment of Silence

    A Moment of Silence (2000)
    Film (Comedy and Short) Location management "Bill" is a gung-ho advertising executive with too much power and too few people skills. We find him working on a campaign for a soothing vacation package, but his life is quite the opposite: a constant barrage of mobile phone calls, pages and faxes. One evening, as Bill wraps up the deal (while simultaneously listening to a CD, his answering machine messages, and watching picture-within-picture TV) he receives a phone call that changes his life. Written by Anonymous

  • The Nerves of Us

    The Nerves of Us
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