Film Connection Welcomes Paul Guay and Sandy Stern as New Screenwriting Mentors!
We are proud to announce two talented film professionals have come on board as screenwriting mentors for Film Connection!
Paul Guay is a screenwriter, actor, and producer whose movies have grossed over half a billion dollars. He conceived and co-wrote Liar Liar (1997).
At the time of the film’s release it was the sixth-highest-grossing comedy in history and went on to be the fourth-highest-grossing film of the year, second-highest-grossing film of Jim Carrey’s career, and Imagine’s highest-grossing film ever! The screenplay received an Honorable Mention (along with “Fargo,” “Million Dollar Baby,” “The Full Monty” and “Catch Me If You Can”) in Scr(i)pt magazine’s list of the Best Scripts of the Past 10 Years. Guay also co-wrote The Little Rascals (1994), Universal’s second-highest-grossing film of that year. Read more about our new screenwriting mentor on
Sandy Stern is an American film producer, best known for his work on films Pump Up the Volume (1990), the critically acclaimed cult classic, Being John Malkovich (1999) and satirical comedy Saved! (2004).
Film Connection is happy to have both Hollywood professionals on board as mentors to our school’s aspiring filmmakers. Together, we can make more great things happen!