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C. Neil Davenport
C. Neil Davenport

C. Neil Davenport writes, develops and assists with narrative ideas, story structure and research on projects such as: Aro Lucha, Corpsewood Manor, The Desvalido, Shoreline, Bryn Gets a Life and Camp Hideout (????).

In 2016, he earned a Bachelor of Arts from Augusta University: College of Communication, Humanities & Social Sciences (Television & Cinema) with a Theatre Minor. During this time he was apart of the Dean's List, the Honors Society, Lambda Pi Eta, Alpha Mu Gamma and earned the HOPE Honor Scholarship and The Pamplin Talent Award as the Assistant Director to Prof. Doug Joiner during Noah Haidle's Stage Play: Smokefall (2016).

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'On and Off Again' Podcast 001: Summer Movie Watch - 2019

On and Off Again: With Trae speaks to filmmakers, C. Neil Davenport, Toni, and Logan “BIG BODY BENNETT” about their reactions to several films.

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'On and Off Again' Podcast 002: The Art of Storytelling - 2019

On and Off Again: With Trae speaks to filmmakers, C. Neil Davenport, and Toni speak about the art of storytelling in cinema.

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'On and Off Again' Podcast 003: Actors in Atlanta - 2019

On and Off Again: With Trae speaks to actors, C. Neil Davenport, and Alvin Ashby about how they navigate through the rapidly developing film industry of Atlanta Georgia.

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Spec of 'The Crown' S.4, E.1.5

Attempting to obtain the good graces of Queen Elizabeth II, Lord Mountbatten arranges a date for the broken hearted Prince of Wales with his granddaughter, Amanda Knatchbull. However, the staggering events of ‘Bloody Sunday’ in Ireland of 1972 stir up tension in the palace. Spec Episode: UNCSA. FIM 6471-2 “The Development Process I (Screenwriting)“. Fall […]

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The 4 Year Short Film

This trailer is of a 12 minute short film titled, All That Remains (2021) which took Drew Thomas, the writer/director/producer, and myself four years to complete. In 2017, Drew and I were undergrad students studying film at Augusta University. We were barely in the infancy of our career and didn’t know what the hell we […]

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The Thread Philosophy

In 2019, My 80-year-old grandfather shared a bit of wisdom when we pulled up to a stoplight. We saw two guys use the crosswalk. One was in his twenties; he slouched, wore baggy shorts, had a three-day bird’s nest of a beard and smoked a vape while the other, a cleanshaven marathon runner in his […]

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Eight Years

Having endured eight years of grief, a naval machinist returns home when his mother’s body is discovered and becomes obsessed in seeking the incarceration of her killer. Feature: Historical Crime Drama & Rites of Passage Novel Adaptation of David H. Hanks‘, “The Disappearance“

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Drew's Shoes

July, 2021, I find myself sharing my story to more people than I ever have. What I share is an elevator pitch of who I am, what I’m doing, and my main goal of grad school. However, what I don’t tell them is the beginning of my story. Like any good pitch given within the […]

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Called Higher Studios, Inc.

“Neil was instrumental in bringing Called Higher Studios’ idea for Camp Hideout to fruition. As a kids camp movie, there were a lot of moving parts, research, comedic elements, location visits, pranks and more… Neil was involved in all of those aspects. He was able to take direction well and help us craft a great […]

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Overnight

A hopeless romantic teen who spends all night seeking the perfect way to break-up with her boyfriend. Short Rom-Com by Van Emberger The Fulton Film Festival (2021) Best – Film / Advanced Comedy / Screenplay / Editing & Actress The All American High School Film Festival (2021)

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