Anne took up screenwriting to complement her vast array of
business and non-profit experience, as well as to further pursue
her interest in creative writing.

Anne has been writing screenplays since 2009, and has become
adept at writing a variety of genres. The majority of her work
includes original ideas derived from historical readings and her
travels to over 30 different countries. She especially enjoys writing
for full feature-length film, although her paid-for-hire work has also
included novel-to-film treatments and television scripts, such as an
editing collaboration for a sit-com TV series pilot and bible.

Currently in production or development for feature film is:  the
original crime/thriller "TOXICANT", the original contemporary
action/thriller "BUSTIN' PALERMO", the original Canadian
period/adventure and contender for a TV movie in celebration of
the 150th anniversary of Canada' confederation (2017), "THE
TRADE", and the horror/comedy for American 'spookfest' "420
CUTTER ROAD" (aka "HALLOWEED", idea by Alexia Melocchi and
Julie Savay Ross).

For more details about Anne's unique and engaging scripts that
often touch on her personal and international experiences, visit
Screenplays and Projects.

See you at the movies!
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