I climbed out of a KEM and hope to be buried in a sprocket, but making the best of a video life in between.
I am a screenwriter, film director, and film editor. My work Hold For Release and Knockaround Kids is available on Amazon Prime. My short film Beautifulese is on Vimeo. As an Editor, I've completed several narrative feature films and one feature documentary.
When I'm not writing, I love reading, composing music, field recording, and collecting cultural analog.
Name: Samuel Dyches
Lives in: Atlanta, Georgia
Occupation: Screenwriter, Director, Editor and Playwright
Unique traits: A dislike of exposition
Film by Aware Productions (Drama and Thriller) Editor
Hold For Release
Film by BreatheFilms (Comedy) Writer/Director/Editor Eddie and Eric are lifelong friends who realize if they spend enough time together they may even learn to like each other.
Finding Forever In Love
Film by LegenDeri Productions (Drama) Editor As Preach finally gets over his late girlfriend with help from a mature woman, a friend shows up carrying a dangerous secret.
Film by ADEkoje Filmwerks (Drama) Editor Two weeks in the lives of Anita, Stacey, and Tommy, three troubled kids caught between the welfare system created to protect them and the dysfunctional ways of the adults ordered to care for them. Available on Amazon Prime and Google Play.
Film (short) by BreatheFilms (Drama) Writer/Director/Editor In between jobs, Eleanor takes a moment to examine the language of beauty through a relationship she strikes up with a man she meets on the street. When Eleanor tries to share her connection to Theatre and Art with John, a troubled drifter she catches baptizing her car, she learns some social experiments are better kept for the imagination.
Documentary by ADEkoje Filmwerks (Documentary) Editor Street Soldiers follows the journey of several young men trying to change their lives and their community for the better.
Film (short) by BreatheFilms (Drama) Writer/Director/Editor Cole believes himself to be the spiritual and musical reincarnation of the legendary African-American jazz musician John Coltrane.
When Drums Speak
Documentary by BreatheFilms (Documentary) Writer/Director/Editor With an old Bolex film camera and a Marantz field recorder, this raw and loose feeling documentary unfolds the scenes of the day as it winds from the hills of the Mission District to the brick walls of City Hall, documenting the thousands of people protesting on the birthday of outspoken revolutionary and political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal, yielding the characters, the speeches, and the drumlines of resistance.
Humboldt State University (Arcata, CA)