Neil Creque Williams has directed original content for 20th Century Fox, USC Athletics and Duke University. A short film he directed, Super Size Me and Copyright Law, was a finalist in the international Duke Law/Full Frame Documentary Festival’s Moving Image Contest. A documentary he directed on Durham’s Black Wall Street, The Silver Rights Movement, screened at Duke University’s Center for Documentary Studies and received a Mary Duke Biddle Foundation Grant, The John Hope Franklin Award and the Edward H. Benenson Art Award. Neil serves on the board of Working Films, a non-profit organization that links non-fiction film with cutting-edge activism.
While at USC Film School, a documentary he edited, Polar Opposites, on pole dancing and feminism, was screened on the Documentary Channel.
His most recent project, Red, (facebook.com/msredfilm), is a short narrative film currently on the international film festival circuit and has received various awards, most recently nominated for Best Narrative Short at the 2014 Pan African Film Festival.
David’s Reverie is his MFA Thesis Film.