Aubrey M. Horton (MFA, UCLA film school) has had four development deals; and he’s consulted on projects for Warner Brothers, Paramount, and HBO. Creative Screenwriting magazine rated him as a "highly recommended" script doctor (i.e., placing him in the top 8 nationally). For the Directors Guild of America, he edited five books on Hollywood's Golden Age. Horton jump-started his career when the Colorado Council on the Arts and Humanities awarded him a prestigious screenwriting fellowship. His debut novel – Noble Evergreens: Environmental Activism– can be purchased on Amazon, along with his book of nonfiction titled: The God Addiction. The film rights to both books are available. One of his favorite movies is Forrest Gump . . . because it was penned by a UCLA screenwriting alum and because it languished in development for ten years. Horton hopes that the "inspired by a true story" feature contract that he wrapped up last year won't take that long to roll camera. As for TV shows, he’s a fan of single-camera hour narratives with heart, e.g., Northerner Exposure. Growing up, Horton also liked the classics, such asOur Gang and Mr. Ed . . . so much so that he even wrote a research paper based upon UCLA’s 16 mm archival footage of all of the Mr. Ed shows.