Rick Edrich is Co-founder of Spot Creative. His first feature film, Cry Funny Happy, was produced in 2003.  It became an Official Selection of the 2003 Sundance Film Festival, and then aired on The Sundance Channel.  In 2003, Rick produced two more feature films -- The Art & Soul of Magic:  Stories of Black American Magicians, a documentary about Black magicians in America, and The Hole Story, a feature that follows a film crew who investigates a mysterious black hole on a frozen lake in Brainerd, Minnesota.  The Hole Story has played in over thity festivals and has won six awards.  Next came Exit, a fictional film about the demise of a New York City nightclub, which starred Tony LoBianco and Jack Scalia and Santiago Douglas. Exit was awarded the Platinum Directing Award at WorldFest 2005. In the summer of 2005, he produced the thriller Undone, which has completed post-production and is seeking distribution. In the beginning of 2006 Rick produced and directed an IFC 30 minute special Indie Down Under - Inside Oz about the invasion of Austrailian actors, directors and crew in the American film industry. Rick continues his work producing Creative Nature, a documentary about  master glassblower William Morris. At the end of 2006 and into 2007, Rick began working on two new dramatic features, Sam Neave’s First Person Singular and Alex Karpovsky’s Woodpecker.  Both are in festival submission.

 

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