Craig T. Williams is a writer/producer/editor at Red Wall Productions, a film production company he runs with his wife and partner, Rosalyn Coleman Williams. Craig has produced over 50 film projects including documentaries, narrative short films, and web series. He has empowered artists, assisting writers, actors and filmmakers develop their craft through classes, workshops, scholarships, internships, and professional opportunities. Providing them with the tools and confidence to create their own work and share their individual stories with the world.
Craig’s original 1 hour drama TV pilot How Ya Like Me Now, about the 80’s rap rivalry between Kool Moe Dee and LL Cool J just won the Silver Medal in the 2020 Page International Screenwriting Competition. It was also a finalist in the 2020 Cinestory TV Retreat & Fellowship Competition, the 2020 Stowe Story Lab Fellowship, the 2020 Seriesfest Pitch-A-Thon and the 2020 Orchard Project Episodic Lab and the 2020 Hip Hop Film Festival. How Ya Like Me Now was chosen for the 2019 IFP Episodic Lab, was a finalist in the Sundance 2019 Episodic Lab and the 2019 Tracking B TV Writing Competition.
Allergic, another original pilot about a dethroned bankrupt socialite who returns to the place of her lavish wedding - but this time she’s the help, was a 2nd Rounder in the 2019 Austin Film Festival and was the winner of the ABFF/Turner best original 30 minute comedic pilot.
Craig’s feature screenplay “Hanging By A Thread” was a finalist in the 2018 Sundance Screenwriters Lab and was accepted into the Big Vision Empty Wallet 2019 Incubator Program. Hanging by A Thread is about a man who suffers from bipolar disorder who doesn’t believe in taking medication and when he discovers his 11-year old nephew has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, he kidnaps him to show him a life free of pills.
Hanging By A Thread is in active pre-production, Executive Produced by Academy Award Winner Viola Davis and her husband Julius Tennon. This will be Craig’s first feature narrative as producer. Attachments include Simone Missick star of Luke Cage and the CBS Drama All Rise. The film will be directed by his wife Rosalyn.
“Title VII” is a feature screenplay he co-wrote with writer/director Nicole Franklin. “Title VII” explores same race discrimination at an IT firm premiered at the Hollywood Black Film Festival and was a finalist for HBO Best Feature Film at the Martha's Vineyard African American Film Festival.
Craig has cast dozens of projects. Including Feature Films, Web Series, and short films. Corporate clients include Met Life, Citibank and DCF Advertising where he finds diverse talent for print, television and voice over projects.
Craig serves on the Board of Directors of FilmShop, a Media Producers and Independent Filmmakers Collective. He is also a member of the Harlem Writers Workshop and the Black TV and Film Collective. He is a mentor for teen filmmakers at Reel Works Mentorship Program in Brooklyn.