Amy Halloran is a Montreal-based Métis writer and graduate of Concordia University’s Film Production Program. With a background in acting and journalism, she has written various film and TV projects, including most recently an adaptation of Rest Stop, a short story by Stephen King, for which she won a LA Shorts Award. Since graduating in 2017, Halloran has worked in the industry assisting directors, including filmmaker Jean-Jacques Annaud, and producers, actors and most recently, the writers on Seth Rogen’s comedy series, Future Man.
Halloran was one of the inaugural recipients of the Jay Switzer Comweb/William F. White Int’l Indigenous Creator Award. Read more here.