Bill is returning to AFF

aff-gold-logo-transparent-webBill is honored to be returning as a panelist for Austin Film Festival’s 2018 Screenwriters Conference.  It’s the big 25th anniversary celebration this year for AFF, and the event promises to be the best and most exciting AFF yet!

More details about Bill’s appearances at AFF are forthcoming.  In the meantime, there are still great deals on passes to the festival!  Check out the AFF website for more information.

See you in October in Austin!

Bill at the Las Cruces International Film Festival

2018-lciff-logo-with-backgroundBill is a featured panelist and moderator at this year’s Las Cruces International Film Festival in Las Cruces, NM.

On Friday, March 9, Bill will join Anne Cofell Saunders (Timeless), Oscar nominee Mark Medoff (Children of a Lesser God), and Michael Davidoff (Nurse Jackie) to talk about writing for TV.  The conversation, which will run from 11 AM until 12:15 PM, will be held in Theatre 4 at the Cinemark Theatres.  The panel will cover the business and craft of TV writing.

On Saturday, March 10, Bill will moderate the Inside Breaking Bad panel with select cast and crew from the show.  At present, R.J. Mitte (Walt Jr.) and Charles Baker (Skinny Pete) are scheduled to appear.  The panel will from from 2:00 until 3:30 PM at the Rio Grande Theatre in downtown Las Cruces.

Join Bill for the fun in the coolest film town in the Southwest!  For more information, visit the Las Cruces International Film Festival website.

Bill signs with More/Medavoy Management

Recently, Bill signed with veteran manager and Emmy-winning producer Erwin More for literary management.


“Erwin has been a great friend and advocate for years,” Bill said of More.  “I’m thrilled to take our professional relationship to a new level.  Erwin and his partner, Brian Medavoy, are not only topnotch managers, they’re active and successful producers, as well.  I look forward to seeing what cool things we can do together on both sides of the equation.”

During their fifteen years together as a powerhouse management and producing duo, Erwin and Brian produced the hugely popular TV series Dharma and Greg and Just Shoot Me.  They also produced R.J. Cutler’s docuseries, American High, for which they won an Emmy Award in 2001.

They took a break from working as a duo, during which time Erwin spent a dozen years as an agent, first as the the co-head of talent at William Morris Agency and then as head of talent for Paradigm.

Erwin and Brian reunited in 2014 and boast a robust list of talent that includes Bella Heathcote, Sarah Wayne Callies, Reno Wilson, Eric Balfour, Amy Smart and others.  On the production side, they’ve maintained their relationship with producer and literary manager Alan Nevins of Renaissance Literary and Talent