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Dwight Wilson II is native of Oklahoma City, OK, by way of Atlanta, GA, where he attended Georgia State University as a film major. He later began his film career by establishing his own production company Innervision Filmworks, Inc. His passion for writing was birthed at the young age of 12, where as a novice playwright Dwight directed his first stage play; all while attending Langston University.
He later relocated to Auckland, New Zealand transitioning into acting. He appeared in films such as, Fatal Contact: Bird Flu in America (Sony, ABC) and Bridge to Terabithia (Disney). In 2007, Dwight shot his first short-film THE RETURN, a suspense- thriller that follows an adolescent girl and her father, a widowed molecular biologist, who after experimenting with DNA reanimates his wife who has been dead for over a year. The film was shot in Auckland, Dwight was supported by a respectful production crew, colleagues of the great filmmaker Peter Jackson. He would make history as the first African-American to write, produce and direct a film in New Zealand. His most recent success came as the Behind-The-Scenes documentary director for Nate Parker’s record breaking Sundance hit, The Birth of a Nation. Dwight captured the enigmatic experience of Nate Parker’s journey from the humble start to the epic finish. Dwight has recently written, produced and directed a short-film titled Thirst; he also produced along side Korstiaan Vandiver to achieve an award-winning short-film LU, starring Nate Parker.
Dwight now resides in Los Angeles, today he focuses on projects that embody faith-based and impactful stories. He desires to give back to the those who lack hope & vision, specifically the youth and impoverished communities, by if nothing else, affording others great opportunities that were not available to him.
KORSTIAAN “KORS” VANDIVER hails from Atlanta where he took a serious interest in directing after he served as an apprentice and eventually received some serious mentoring advice from Director Spike Lee. Kors started Blue Angel Entertainment then took a leap of faith to Los Angeles where, within less than two months, he got a paid gig to write a script based on the life of singer John Legend. Kors’ action/drama film, Run Cholo Run, was shown in the Vice & Folly screening in Park City, Utah in 2012. Since then, Kors has garnered interest from organizations such as Sony/Columbia, Veralux Media & Fox. As a Director, he was nominated for his film Entropy in the 2012, 168 Film Festival. His film LU, starring Nate Parker, was a 168 film finalist with 11 nominations including ‘Best Picture’, ‘Best Director’ & ‘Best Screenplay’, winning 4 awards and was an HBO/BET Urbanworld Official Selection. LU also took 1 award in the international One Lens festival and screened at a special Sundance board member event in 2014. As a screenwriter/filmmaker Kors has captured the interest of the “Big 3” agencies, ICM, CAA & WME as well as his screenwriting which has garnered interest from Leonardo DiCaprio’s Appian Way. Kors, is currently producing his first feature film along with the help of his wife and closest producer partner Kimberly Vandiver. The husband and wife team are always working towards creating meaningful projects that will have worldwide impact.
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