David Poulshock & Nancy Froeschle

David Poulshock is an award-winning Northwest screenwriter and filmmaker whose work includes TV commercials and corporate films; the best-selling “Wee Sing” kidvids for Universal Home Video; the groundbreaking public television series, “Mathematics Illuminated;” the feature documentary “Raw Materials;” and many other projects. His original screenplays have won accolades from the world’s top screenplay competitions. Prior to his film career, David was keyboardist with the legendary Northwest cult band, Upepo, an Oregon Music Hall of Fame honoree. He has served as adjunct faculty of the Art Institute of Portland, Chairman of the Willamette Writers Conference and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Northwest Academy, and currently serves on the board of Oregon Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts (OVLA). Reach David at www.davidpoulshock.com

Nancy Froeschle is a screenwriter and 2008 Nicholl Fellowships Winner for her cowritten WWI script, The Greater Glory. She has had a thriller optioned, a dramatic short filmed, and was hired to adapt both a WWII true story and a Vietnam War book to film with Martin Sheen attached to the latter project. In addition to other features, she’s written the pilot and Bible for a supernatural TV series titled Lake Crescent and co-wrote the pilot for Riders, a drama series. She is now working on an LGBTQ musical, plus a book and TV series based on short stories written by a WWII veteran. Nancy currently co-teaches the Conference Success Basics class at the Willamette Writers Conference and has served as the Conference Film Chair for many years.