Warren Eig (Writer, Producer, Director and Editor) is an Award-Winning Director who has been involved in feature films and television for many years. A native of New Jersey, Eig graduated Boston University’s College of Communications, Magna Cum Laude, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Broadcasting and Film.
Eig honed his knowledge of the movie making process by working in all facets of production from Production Assistant, Key grip, Assistant Editor to Editor and Director— in television, music videos and feature films.
Awards: 32nd Annual Silver Telly Award Winner. A Quarter Finalist in The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences Nicholl’s Fellowship in Screenwriting competition with the script “Babes With Guns.” He was also a Quarter Finalist in the 2010 Scriptapalooza International Screenplay Competition with the feature “A Family X-mas.”
Eig sold the treatment, “Safe Haven,” to Kamin-Howell Entertainment and wrote the treatment “Pastime” for Jericho Entertainment. He worked as a segment editor for the 66th Annual Academy Awards, before moving to Jacobs & Gerber, Inc. He freelanced at Playboy Entertainment as a writer/producer for on-air promos at the Playboy Channel. Eig Produced and Directed a short film for the Getty Museum.
Eig’s Award Winning comedy “A Family X-mas” has played around the country in more than seventeen film festivals, most notably the Florida Film Festival. Eig Won Best Comedy Short at the WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival and was Best of the Fest at the Newport Beach International Film Festival, Best of the Fest at the Wine Country International Film Festival, and Top Ten nominated films at the Rhode Island International Film Festival (an Academy Award© qualifier). Eig was also a Finalist in the USA Film Festival.
“Knit Wits,” premiered at the Newport Beach International Film Festival. It has also played at Big Bear Lake International Film Festival, Marcos Island International Film Festival, Pacific Palisades Film Festival, the Palm Beach International Film Festival, in London at the Northern Heights International Short Film Festival and most recently was the first American film ever invited to the Sukagawa International Film Festival in Japan.
Eig has worked on such films as The Mask (with Jim Carrey), Sam Rami’s Army of Darkness and Spiderman; in television on WB’s Angel, and HBO’s Tales From the Crypt to name a few.
He has directed projects for Fortune 500 companies including: Siemens, F5, Symantec, TVU as well as commercials and short films.
He has also edited projects for Disney, Universal; the pilot Gideon Falls, The Homeless Joe Show as well as the feature films Buried Alive and Showstopper.
Name: Warren Eig
Lives in: Los Angeles, California
Company: Baby Boom Pictures Inc.
Occupation: Director, Screenwriter, Producer and Editor
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Silver Telly Award
Best Comedy Short: WorldFest-Houston Int'l Film Festival
Best of the Fest: Newport Beach Int'l Film Festival
Best of the Fest: WIne Country Film Festival