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Todd Davis

Todd Davis, founder of orLater Productions, has produced many short narrative and documentary films, including the award-winning "In The Tradition of My Family".

Todd has extensive directing experience with short film projects. His efforts contributed to numerous festival-selected and award-winning short films. Todd also has a strong interest in editing, having cut over 60 short narrative and documentary films.

Todd has taught undergraduate- and graduate-level Film Production 1 and 2 and Digital Video Editing at Boston University; Intermediate 16mm Film Production at Fitchburg State University; RED Camera Film Production, 16mm Film Production, Screenwriting, Film Criticism, History of Film, and Intro to Film: Art and Form at Curry College; Screenwriting at Regis College; and Digital Video Editing at the New England Institute of Art.

Todd holds an MFA degree in Film Production from Boston University. "In The Tradition of My Family" is his graduate thesis film. He received a merit scholarship from B.U. for his outstanding work, and was a teaching assistant for four semesters of the course 'Directing the Theatrical and Television Film.'

Todd also holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Pennsylvania and a master's degree from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

Short film credits

Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Image from In The Tradition of My Family

In The Tradition of My Family

United States | Mar 2006 | 14:43
Billy wants a better scar than the one his father gave him.
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