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BETHANY ASHTON WOLF (Director, Screenwriter) was born and raised in Louisiana and has been a Los Angeles-based screenwriter and film director for 15 years. She began her career in the indie world, co-writing the controversial short Don's Plum, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire. She wrote and directed two award-winning short films, Burgundy Room and Wait, followed by her first independent theatrical feature, the Cajun drama Little Chenier, which won 21 awards on the festival circuit, including 10 best picture awards and six best American film awards at international festivals.

Her screenwriting work for both independent companies and studios includes On the 12th Day (Radio London Films), Bullrider (Elevation Films), The Pilgrimage of Layla (Riche Productions), along with Other People's Love Letters (CBS Films & Laurence Mark Productions) and Time Between Us (CBS Films & Schorr Productions).

Wolf recently completed a festival run of her short film Love Scene, which she wrote and directed, chronicling the 25-year love affair of Vivien Leigh and Laurence Olivier. On the festival circuit the film has collected numerous awards for best short and best screenplay.

Wolf is currently in development on her next feature film, Archer's Voice, based on the bestselling novel, which she will both write and direct.


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