Short Bio: Aaron Sharp graduated with honors in 2017 from Loyola Marymount University's School of Film and Television, earning a B.F.A. in Screenwriting. While at LMU, his work was featured in the New Playwrights Festival, and he wrote and directed a number of short films. He has worked as a development intern at Renegade83 Studios, Momentum TV, and First Story Entertainment. His screenplay, All Is Well, adapted from a Kurt Vonnegut story, was a 2020 Showcase Award winner.
Title #1: HELP ME, RHONDA Project Type #1: Feature Project Genre #1: Comedy/Drama Logline #1: When a mother begins writing her son's short stories for his creative writing class at a fancy prep school, both become caught up in his sudden fame, with dark and unexpected outcomes for them both.
Title #2: INNER Project Type #2: Feature Project Genre #2: Sci-Fi Logline #2: In a dystopian future, a billionaire real estate mogul buys the musical abilities of a dying famed composer. But after the transplant, the billionaire discovers he has also inherited the composer's troubling, mysterious memories.
Title #3: ALL IS WELL Project Type #3: Feature Project Genre #3: Sci-Fi Logline #3: In a dystopian society where citizens live forever, each child born must be countered by a family member who volunteers to be euthanized, resulting in coercion, deception, and a breakdown in familial and societal relationships. Loosely adapted from the short story "2 B R 0 2 B" by Kurt Vonnegut.