Marion Knott Studios DMAC 109
- Pomona College, Bachelor of Arts
University of California, Los Angeles, Master of Fine Arts
Director/screenwriter David Ward brings a distinguished filmography to leading the screenwriting program in the Dodge College. In addition to directing such films as Major League and Cannery Row, he won an Academy Award for his screenplay for The Sting and was nominated for Sleepless in Seattle. David continues as an active director, with two features currently in production. He was previously our Marion Knott Filmmaker-in-Residence. He has an M.F.A. in Motion Pictures from U.C.L.A. and studied political science at Pomona College, where he is a member of the board of trustees.
Recent Creative, Scholarly Work and Publications
Wrote feature film screenplay "Carlisle" for Media Funding Partners
Wrote TV pilot "Devereaux" for Eric Tannenbaum Productions at ABC.
Wrote TV pilot "Tag" for WR/Fiskin Productions.
Completed feature screenplay "The Last Farmer" for Bona Fide Productions.
Rewrote screenplay, "Music, Love and War" currently shooting in Europe.
Wrote TV pilot for ABC Studios - "Deacon"
Wrote TV pilot for CBS - "Bad Cops"
Rewrote feature screenplay for Morgan Creek Productions - "Tupac"
Wrote TV pilot for ABC Studios - "The Corridor"
Wrote TV pilot for Boardwalk Productions - "Mind Field"
Wrote feature film for Mulligan Productions - "Clovis Road"
Wrote screenplay adaptation of novel by Charles Martin - "Provocateur"