Gregg Moscoe, Writer/Producer
native of Norman, Oklahoma, Gregg Moscoe left "Tornado Alley"
behind and moved to Los Angeles when he was accepted into the Department
of Cinema at the University of Southern California, where he took a
Bachelor of Arts in Production. He later earned a Master of Arts
in Journalism, also at USC.
Mr. Moscoe has had several careers in the creative world, starting as a professional musician at age 13, moving into still and news film photography while still in high school, and transitioning into writing in college. After graduation, he worked in production briefly before taking a slot in the agent training program of Creative Artist Agency's literary department. Thereafter, he became a literary agent, development and marketing executive and eventually returned to writing. His first film project, which he co-wrote and packaged was BROTHERS IN ARMS, based on the life of Irish revolutionary and statesman Michael Collins.
his favorite films are...
|Robin Rindner Tedesco, Development|
Tedesco -- nee Rindner -- hails from the streets of New York City, where
the Tornadoes may have been a gang but never a weather threat.
Her artistic bent was nurtured at the High School of Art & Design
where she majored in Fashion Design and Illustration and almost almost
almost graduated except for her final portfolio. Failure to achieve
actual graduation severely hampered her ability to get into college.
Accordingly, she took a 23 year shortcut - working administratively,
but always with a creative flair. Some of her most creative writing
came under the guise of corporate sales material.
She married, moved to Alabama, and after a number of self-employment endeavors she took her GED and enrolled at the University of Alabama. She earned a degree in Communications, with a concentration in Telecommunications & Film, Creative Writing and Italian Studies (for no apparent reason), and was film colmnist for a local newspaper. Recently relocated to Los Angeles (on the heels of a development deal for an original screenplay), she has put her critical and creative talents to work in development... for the moment.
Among her favorite movies: