by Nevada McPherson

Based on the life and work of director and actor Erich von Stroheim

Bio | Drama | True

Logline: During World War I, a director – known to American audiences as “the man you love to hate” -makes films that outrage many with their disregard for convention and scandalous subject matter. In its short history, Hollywood had never seen such gall—and it made sure history wouldn’t repeat itself.

Bio: Nevada McPherson received a BA in English-Creative Writing and an MFA in Screenwriting from Louisiana State University-Baton Rouge. She’s written over a dozen feature-length screenplays, one short, two plays and three graphic novels. Her feature-length screenplay, PIANO LESSONS, a gay teen romance set in the rural South of the 1950’s, won first place in three screenwriting competitions and placed in several others, and her London-set screenplay QUEENSGATE was the winner of the 2016 British Independent Film Festival Screenwriting Competition.

Website: http://www.nevada-mcpherson.com

Twitter: https://twitter.com/NevadaNoisyMuse