SCRIPT ANALYSIS & EDITING by AWARD WINNING screenplay writer who is now a PRACTICING SCRIPT CONSULTANT

Educational background:

 

Oliver Tuthill has taught at the
following prestigious schools:

  1. Seattle Film Institute
  2. Northwest Film Forum
  3. Antioch University
  4. Seattle Central College
  5. 911 Media Arts Center

 

 

 

Some of the awards he has been presented with are the 2002 Washington State Governors Award, best horror screenplay at Chicago’s Horror Film Festival in 2011 for “The Red Crucifix.” His screenplay “Black Lights” won honorable mention at the 2011 Mexico International Film Festival.

 

 

“The Right to Bear Arms” was an official selection at the Seattle Independent Film Festival where it was singled out for praise by MovieMaker Magazine publisher Tim Rhys.

  •  Filming on Location in The Black Hills
  •  Directing A Scene from his script Dysphoria
  •  On Set Photo of Tuthill Directing Dysphoria

Tuthill has also produced and directed numerous public service announcements and two documentary films while working with the Art Institute of Seattle.

  •  Oliver Recieves The Governor's Award from Gary Locke

Tuthill’s script “Cottenhead” was singled out as a finalist during the script competition for Circle Road Films in 2012.