Julie Gervais

Julie Gervais

Screenwriter and Content Creator

Detroit, Michigan

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About Julie

As a kid in faraway upstate New York, I had very little access to any arts. My first great love was dance, and against all odds, because I started training late -- it loved me back. It was a wonderful twenty years. Even though I still occasionally get carded buying a bottle of wine, I’m clearly in my own personal Act II.

I have a great day job writing business-side materials for vintage variety house (theater) in. It’s a really lucky transition from the dance world. My limited-series pilot is inspired by my life in this Detroit theater, although it should definitely be understood as a painting and not a photograph. My current portfolio also includes a feature (in deep revisions) and two shorts that reflect on a personal preoccupation with the grotesque political and social divisions now prevalent among people everywhere, what’s causing it, and what we can do about it

I enjoy cracking people up randomly throughout the day, in addition to on a page. My goal is to work with people who are fun, funny, cool, kind, sharp, and committed to bring expressive ideas to life.

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  • May I Have A Word

    May I Have A Word Budget: $1M - $5M | Drama Consumed with grief for her Dad and regret for their arguments about conservative Looks News superstation, an upstate girl takes a bus ride to New York to ‘have a word’ with its CEO, and manages to have a word with his global audience in the process.

  • In Their Own Way

    In Their Own Way Budget: $0 - $100K | Drama A young woman in rural America suffers friction with family and friends over her opposing views of their beloved cable news station, and discovers to her delighted surprise that family and friendship can transcend politics.

  • Intersection

    Intersection Budget: $0 - $100K | Independent Two couples from the opposite sides of the political spectrum each engage in heated discussions of those on the other side, until a chance encounter places the four people in each others’ paths, forever changing their perceptions of themselves and the world.

  • The Merc

    The Merc Budget: $100K - $1M | Drama Comedy With his career in show business at stake, a new Artistic Director works to revive Detroit's vintage Mercury Theater - a longtime hub of Black culture in a majority Black city - despite his crushing insecurities and unmistakable white-ness.

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