Screenwriter David Ebeltoft's feature length debut HERE ALONE premiered at the prestigious 2016 Tribeca Film Festival where it won the Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature.
After Tribeca, Here Alone was an official selection at dozens of domestic and international film festivals, including the Sitges Festival Internacional De Cinema Fantastic, Traverse City Film Festival, Fright Fest UK, and the Napa Valley Film Festival. Here Alone debuted theatrically in early 2017 to enthusiastic reviews from The New York Times, The Village Voice, Dreadcentral, and Rue-Morgue, and shortly thereafter was released worldwide in the U.K., Australia, Japan, Germany, Spain, and Thailand, to name a few. The film can be found on major streaming sites such as Netflix, Amazon Instant, iTunes, Vudu, Google Play, Playstation Store, and other VOD providers around the globe.
David recently adapted the Japanese video game √LETTER by Kadokawa Games into a feature length script for Akatsuki Entertainment, is penning BLOOD FOR DUST, a southern-soaked dramatic thriller for Witchcraft Motion Picture Company, Union Editorial, and Heart of Darkness Pictures, and adapted GO NOW, a novel by punk-pioneer Richard Hell, into a feature script for Crush Pictures.
David’s film accolades include the New York Filmmaker Award from the St. Lawrence Film Festival, the Philadelphia Screenplay Festival Grand Prize, the Bluecat Screenwriting Lab Feature Development Award, and his past short films have screened at the Atlantic International Film Festival, Phoenix Film Festival, Woods Hole Film Festival, Charleston International Film Festival, Sidewalk Moving Picture Festival, and numerous others. In addition to his cinematic work David lectures on narrative film and screenwriting for SUNY | Corning Community College.
David lives in western New York with his beautiful and supportive wife, Payal, and their cheerful and lovable sons, Kavi and Nilay. He is repped by Michael Klein of Dobré Films.