Allen Wolf-An award-winning filmmaker, Allen began making films at an early age while growing up in Dayton, Ohio. At age 9, he wrote his first screenplay and soon after began creating short films with his uncle's Super 8 camera. By age 17, he completed his first feature length movie, 'Gregory Finch'. At age 19, Allen created and produced a television show, 'Teen Talk', which aired on PBS. In 1990, he started making a series of short films which he sold around the US under the banner of Morning Star Pictures.
He studied at one of the nation's top film schools, New York University. While making short films, Allen created, produced and directed an off-Broadway show, 'Talent Showcase'. He graduated summa cum laude.
Allen directed and produced 'Harlem Grace' as his senior thesis for NYU. 'Harlem Grace' has won 8 national awards and was a finalist for the Academy Awards for students as well as the Producer's Guild of America Award. 'Harlem Grace' is currently being distributed on video worldwide.