Donald Vasicek (bio)


Contact:Mr. Donald Vasicek
Mailing Address: 7078 South Fairfax Street, Centennial, Colorado, United States of America 80122
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Olympus Films+, LLC

Fields of Interest:

Writing Skills

Most Requested Topics/Programs:

  • Writing
  • Filmmaking
  • Sand Creek Massacre

Recent Engagements:

  • P. 1 Charter School
  • Ohio Center for Broadcasting
Speaker 's Fees:Unspecified
Length of presentation:One Hour
Travels From:Denver Area
Travel Limits:None
Target Audience:Any
Target Audience - Other:Writers
AV Requirements:None
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A graduate of the Hollywood Film Institute, Don Vasicek was a writer/consultant for MGM's Warriors of Virtue, screenwriter for Incline Productions, Inc.'s The Crown, writer/associate producer for American Film Corporation's The Lost Heart and Born To Kill. Mr. Vasicek also writes screenwriting columns for Hollywood Lit. Sales, Moondance International Film Festival's E-zine, Screenplace, Screenwriters Forum, Screenplayers Net, Screenwriters Utopia, and Spraka & Kinsla (Swedish). He also founded Olympus Films+. He wrote, directed, and produced Faces and Oh, The Places You Can Go... through his film company, Olympus Films+. He has written and published How To Write, Sell, And Get Your Screenplays Produced, and The Write Focus and over 500 articles, short stories, and poems.

Mr. Vasicek's current project, which is in development, is a feature documentary film and interactive media about the Sand Creek Massacre. With a working title of The Sand Creek Massacre: A Lesson From American History, the film focuses on the strength of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes that has helped them survive over 300 years of genocial intent. It is being produced by his companies, Olympus Films+ and Panther Films,LLC.

Mr. Vasicek is also co-writing a book titled, "Vancouver Missing". It is a true crime book about over sixty women who went missing, one-by-one, from Downtown Eastside Vancouver. He has also placed a feature documentary film and interactive media with the same subject matter and title into development.

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