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Shriekfest Radio! Denise Gossett interviews writer/filmmaker Todd Ludy!

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Todd Ludy's film career began at age 10, after he successfully begged his parents to let him see Alien, then discovered his dad's Super-8 gear in the attic.  Later, he studied film at Emerson College.

Todd’s screenplay Resurrection was a top-10 Finalist in the Nicholl Fellowship.  His four other original screenplays have placed highly in the Nicholl, Austin Film Festival, BlueCat, and more.  Enginerds, co-written with his wife, won the StoryPros Grand Prize in 2011.  Messiah was a Sci-fi Finalist in the 2011 Shriekfest, and Scarecrows a 2013 Shriekfest Horror Finalist. 

These honors led to Todd being hired to adapt Ramsey Campbell's horror novel, Nazareth Hill.  He is currently adapting Eddie Would Go, the biography of surfing legend Eddie Aikau, for Your Half Pictures.

Over the years, Todd has written and produced hundreds of hours of documentary TV.  Recently, he entered the realm of animation as a writer on such series as Wacky Races, Voltron, and Micronauts.

Todd lives in L.A. with his wife, Leila, and their two boys, Cale and Vaughn.