Ted Cox is an award-winning writer and director. A graduate of the Compass Film Academy, Ted has worked as an actor, director, director of photography, camera man, editor, waiter, and even a UNIX systems administrator. His broad artistic and technical background gives Ted a unique perspective on media creation and creative problem solving. Currently, Ted is working as a writer, director and editor of short films for Soul Catalyst, a small shop producing very short films that ask challenging philosophical questions. Ted also periodically teaches an overview course in film production.
...Or for Worse
Film (Short and Drama) Director Sal has a romantic dinner planned for his wife but a terrible secret haunts the both of them and may destroy their marriage.
The Good Neighbor
Film (Short and Drama) Director On a lonely stretch of highway, Brad (Heath Heine) is car jacked, beaten and left for dead. Late at night, in the middle of nowhere, who will drive by? Will anyone stop to help? The film raises questions about what our obligation is to strangers in need. Written by Ted Cox