University of North Carolina,
Clint Williams is a freelance writer and editor whose deep love of screenwriting has earned him several honors. He also serves as a marketing copywriter for AASK Arizona (Aid to Adoption of Special Kids).
Williams worked at several newspapers as a writer and editor, including almost two decades at The Arizona Republic and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. He contributed to MNN (now part of Treehugger) for six years, explaining the why and how of a broad range of subjects, from chemtrails to clean coal.
His screenplay awards include:
“No Heroes Here,” Austin Film Festival semi-finalist
“Freedom Fort,” Academy Nicholl Fellowships quarterfinalist; Final Draft Big Break finalist (period/historical genre winner)
“Rough Water,” Creative World Awards finalist; Fresh Voices finalist; Austin Film Festival second round
Williams earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Prior to that, he earned an associate degree from Brevard College.
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