ERIC J. ADAMS
A passionate filmmaker, Eric is best known for his provocative and poignant storytelling. Most recently he produced the girl-empowerment feature film Rickshaw Girl — the first-ever US-Bangladeshi co-production — and winner of six international film festival awards. Eric wrote and co-produced Supremacy, starring Academy-Award-winner Mahershala Ali, Danny Glover, Anson Mount, Lela Rochon and Joe Anderson. He also co-wrote and produced Archie’s Final Project (aka My Suicide), starring David Carradine, Gabriel Sunday, Mariel Hemingway, and Joe Montegna, winner of 21 major international film festival awards, including the Crystal Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival.
Eric holds a Masters of Arts in Film Studies from Sonoma State University and is a professor of screenwriting at Santa Rosa Junior College. He was recently named a Djerassi Screenwriting Fellowship finalist by the San Francisco Film Society. Eric is also the author of four novels including the utopian satire, Cosmic Fever.