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C. Neil Davenport
C. Neil Davenport

Reared by a blue-collar family, screenwriter/producer, C. Neil Davenport develops award-winning stories about entrepreneurial underdogs who shoot for the stars while the world holds them down. His work inspires the pursuit of success and examines the essence of hope.

Neil has two produced features, Camp Hideout (2023) and Bryn Gets a Life (2021) as well he has three films in development, Eight Years, All In and Vultures. He has a Master of Fine Arts in screenwriting from the University of North Carolina, a Bachelor of Arts in Communication, Humanities & Social Sciences from Augusta University and an Associate Degree in Paralegalism from the University of North Florida.

Neil believes in the power of community. He sees filmmaking as a piece of art which can only be achieved through the collective act of many talented people in pursuit of a singular goal and as a business venture, he seeks opportunities that will help those creatives excel in their craft. Building a film is a commutative endeavor and it's only through the success of the community that true accomplishment can be realized.

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So Help Me God

SO HELP ME GOD: A young NYC lawyer, grieving his previous loss, takes on a seemingly winnable case to reestablish his reputation. However, he finds his faith challenged when the Venue is moved to the countryside hometown of his previous client who committed suicide.

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Camp Hideout (2023)

CAMP HIDEOUT (2023): After stealing an important item from two big city goons, a troubled teenage orphan pretends to be a Christian and hides out in a church summer camp to evade his capture, but discovers danger looms for his newfound friends. www.camphideoutmovie.com

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Bryn Gets A Life (2021)

BRYN GETS A LIFE: To keep her job after a rare vinyl record is stolen, Bryn recruits her miscreant friends to help her track it before her boss returns to town, but finds the journey closer to home than she thought. – logansocialfilms.com

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Eight Years

EIGHT YEARS: Having endured great pains to forget his loss, a naval machinist returns home when his mother’s body is found eight years after her disappearance and obsesses over the incarcerating of her killer while trying to balance fatherhood.

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Blind Drive Ahead

BLIND DRIVE AHEAD: After his best friend dies, an all-star high school quarterback struggles to keep his future in focus while pressured by his sheriff of a father to stay on track.

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Corpsewood Manor

CORPSEWOOD MANOR: An egotistical Atlanta lawyer travels to the sticks Georgia to finalize the sale of a horse for his fiancé as a wedding gift, but ends up trapped in a horrifying maze-like manor of satanic paintings, LSD laced wine, and an eccentric old man seeking to transfer his soul into another body.

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Aro Lucha's The Desvalido

THE DESVALIDO: A meek grocery store clerk trains to become a luchador in order to win the heart of a young Latina. Arolucha.com

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Podcasts

Student Television Network presents, Unscripted hosted by Van Emberger and Nicole Borman. EP.4: How to Make a Short Film (Nov. 17, 2023) Fore Yore Lore hosted by John Adamick. EP. 14: Film Project With Community Partnership Opportunities (June 23, 2023)

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Videos

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News

“Roadside Attractions has acquired the U.S. rights to “Camp Hideout” and will release the family comedy theatrically in the fall.” “We’re excited by the warmly moving and funny CAMP HIDEOUT, and to continue Roadside’s theatrical success with faith-based films such as I CAN ONLY IMAGINE and the recent FAMILY CAMP,” Roadside Attractions’ co-president, Howard Cohen said. “Overcoming […]

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