TODD LINCOLN (Writer/Director) makes his feature film directorial debut with the
supernatural thriller "The Apparition."
Lincoln is an award-winning short film / commercial / music video director. In
addition to developing various feature projects for studios, he also co-founded
and curated the Tulsa Overground Film Festival, an annual event showcasing the
world's most innovative short films.
Born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Lincoln got hooked on movies at a young age. As a
teenager, he began making his own Hi-8 videos, mostly in lieu of writing papers
in high school, and served as a production assistant on local independent films
and documentaries. During his junior year,
he attended USC's Short Film Summer Workshop in Los Angeles where he wrote,
directed and edited his first Super 8 and 16mm films. Upon graduating, Lincoln
secured a PA job on "From Dusk Till Dawn" prior to entering USC that fall.
Lincoln shot several short films after leaving USC, which earned awards and
positive reviews at festivals worldwide. He soon moved on to commercials and
music videos. His affection for horror and all things macabre led him to
co-write the graphic novel Road to Hell for IDW Publishing, about friends on a
rescue mission in a savage dystopian world.
He currently has several feature projects in development to direct/produce,
including an adaptation of Whitley Strieber's graphic novel "The Nye Incidents,"
for RKO Pictures and "Twittering from the Circus of the Dead," an adaptation of
the short story by best-selling author Joe Hill, for Mandalay.
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