William Spiritdancer (Writer/Director/Producer) attended MIT (the Massachusetts Institute of Technology) where he worked at the Media Lab. In 1999 he created Dream Power a personal development philosophy designed to help people discover and live the Spirit, Art and Purpose of life. He is the author of the book “The Dream Warrior’s Handbook.”
He produced and shot the experimental documentary “Journey of the Dream Warrior” about the spiritual artistic journey of four artists. He is author of the personal development blog “Dream Warrior.” and the spiritual filmmaking blog “Dancing with the Light.” He has the directed many short films including "Japanese Garden" about the tranquility of a Japanese Garden. He is the writer of the script “Plan G” and numerous other film treatments, dealing with the subject of spirituality, science fiction and fantasy.
In 2008 he won the Nokia/Pangea Day Mobile Filmmaking Awards Daily Prize photo competition.
In 2009 with his wife Roxann, he created The Dream Power Foundation, a non-profit organization who’s goal is to inspire inner-city kids to dream and create.
In 2011 he was appointed to the Community Advisory Council for SIFF (The Seattle International Film Festival). He is currently working on Star Kids: The Series, a narrative series about four kids who must save the world. His goal is to make films that inspire and make a difference.
Since 2013 he runs the Sci-Fi and fantasy film fan Blog MovieWhat.com.
He currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife, four children.
Nokia/Pangea Day Mobile Filmmaking Awards Daily Prize photo competition