David Hauslein's first feature Buck Run placed in the Top 40 Semifinals of the 2011 Final Draft Big Break Screenplay Competition.
Buck Run was purchased by Tomorrowland Production Co. and Intuition Film Co. in early 2016 and production wrapped later that year. It is currently in the final stages of post-production and will premiere at major film festivals in 2018.
David's latest feature screenplay, Long White Line, is a dark drama about long-haul trucking in the 1970s. It made the Quarterfinals of the WeScreenplay International Competition and PAGE International. It also placed in the top 15% at Nicholl Fellowships.
David currently resides in Portland, OR.
Name: David L Hauslein
Lives in: Portland, Oregon
LONG WHITE LINE/Feature Screenplay/Quarterfinalist in WeScreenplay International Competition
LONG WHITE LINE/Feature Screenplay/Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting-Top 15% Selected
LONG WHITE LINE/Feature Screenplay/Final Draft Big Break Screenplay Competition-Quarterfinalist
LONG WHITE LINE/Feature Screenplay/PAGE International Screenplay Competition-Quarterfinalist
BUCK RUN/Feature Screenplay/Semifinalist in Final Draft Big Break Screenplay Competition
FORGOTTEN WAR/Short Screenplay/Nominated for Best Screenplay/Epidemic Film Festival
Film (Drama) Writer The loss of 15-year-old Shaw Templeton's mother forces him into the unsteady care of his estranged father, William.
Un Buen Hijo
Film (Short, Drama and Family) Writer A young man from rural Mexico with secret aspirations of being a drag performer is forced to choose between his parents and his dreams.
A Good Son
Film by Esfera Corp/Juan Gil Garcia Screenwriter
Film by Isaac Ebersole Co-writer
Film (Drama) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director A horror anthology with three stories connected by the thread of alienation and confusion within the seemingly ideal backdrop of suburban America.
Film (Short, Drama and Horror) Producer 17 year-old Ellie abuses her body and subjects herself to dangerous situations for reasons we cannot begin to fathom. Some questions will be answered. Many more will be asked. There is no hope.
Temple University (Philadelphia, PA)
Acacdemy of Art University