On set; The Conversation
"4 years ago I didn’t even know this clown...now he’s been responsible for some of the work I’m most proud of. ...go figure."
Actor -- Corey Johnson
Adam Ethan Crow is an award-winning filmmaker collaborating with some of the industry's most influential producers. Starting his career on the stand-up comedy circuit he regularly spanned the globe as a performer playing the biggest clubs and festivals in the industry. Stand-up took him to radio, and then to television; where he picked up credits writing for the likes of The BBC, Sky TV, Buena Vista and many, many more. His move into film came as a writer, then a producer, and now a writer/director.
Having accrued a slew of awards and nominations, Adam now helms Ditto Films; alongside pimping himself out as a gun for hire on other filmic projects.
Currently working with producer Scott Mednick (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, 300, Superman Returns), their first film together is a romantic comedy penned by Crow and set in the winemaking district of Santa Barbara.
Adam recently handed in a script commissioned by producer Elliott Yancy; the award-winning team behind the movie Hacksaw Ridge, 'James M. Vernon' and 'Paul Currie' are on board. Watch this space.
A pet-project of Adam's is slated to go into production in 2018 with 20th Century Fox; Adam is directing.
Adam has a graphic novel based on one of his screenplays being produced by award-winning Marvel graphic artist, Martin Griffiths; it hits the stores next February.
As well as all this fun stuff, Adam just exited post-production on his new movie The Conversation.
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"Great script. ... real tension and drama. Nicely cast and shot. A strong film.
Asif Kapadia. BAFTA and OSCAR-winning director.
“It’s awesome! So well done. It’s all so well done, the lighting and colour are excellent. I really like it and the production value is very good”
Graham D. Clark - Head of Stereography. Star Wars The Force Awakens, Jurassic Park, Mad Max Fury Road.
"We'd be thrilled to have your input."
John Fante; Producer. Honey I Blew Up The Kids, The Abyss
“a tense atmospheric vibe …a strong calling card for you and your production team. …The cast and film look like a big-time Hollywood production.”
DJ Caruso, Director of. xXx The Return of Zander Cage
“I read the script and it’s a good example of how to make this genre intelligent.”
Michael Ryan, Partner. GFM Films and Chairman of IFTA
"exciting and action-packed"
Dwain Worrell, screenwriter of the movie. The Wall
“A tense, surprising and brilliantly written and researched page-turner of a script.”
Cameron Saunders - Managing Director of. 20th Century Fox (UK)
“his snappy one-liners place him in good company with the likes of Diablo Cody and Quentin Tarantino.”
“The Cinema-going world needs his films to be made.”
Shelley Atkin, VP EMEA Theatrical Finance. 20th Century Fox
“I couldn’t watch another set of films for about an hour after Warhol. It really disturbed and moved me.”
Daniel E Waker, Festival Director. Long Beach Indie International Film Festival
"the work, the tension, the dialogue is brilliant. A masterpiece."
Del Weston, Festival Director. AOF International Film Festival
“It’s terrific. Really creepy cool.”
Paul Provenza. Sky Atlantic
"An astonishing find as a science fiction writer with an accessible imagination."
Lyndon Lamphere, Script Consultant. 20th Century Fox
"Brilliant film! Loved it!"
Elven Ho. Hong Kong Film Critics Association
A very strong idea and well drawn, the dialogue is simple and to the point and has a nice dark humour.”
Sarah Deacon. The Royal Court Theatre
“A really outstanding production by the newly assembled international team.”
Luke Xiang - China's Movie Ticket King. VP Beijing Weying Technology
"I am completely amazed by this. How the hell was this shot in 5 days with a full budget of £55K!! For such limited resources the technical quality of this is huge. It looks like 10 days for 500K (at least)!"
Keith Kehoe, Head of Development and Distribution. GSP Studios
“I was very impressed with WARHOL. Well done. A very relevant piece of work”
Greg Day. Festival Director FrightFest
"I thought it was very sharp, full of pace and had an original and edgy voice."
Mark Freeland. Head of BBC In-House Comedy
"Your involvement and contribution to the series has been vital in insuring its success."
Paddy Haycocks. Thames Television Series Producer