Christine Bartsch

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Phoenix, Arizona

About Me

Christine Bartsch is a freelance writer, story editor, and consultant, living in Phoenix, Arizona. Christine has worked for a variety of companies in the entertainment industry, including Warner Bros., Hyde Park Entertainment, Bunim/Murray Productions, Nickelodeon Virtual Worlds Group, Demand Studios and SmallTown Productions. Her Scripts have placed in well-known screenwriting competitions such as L.A. Comedy Shorts (2010), the Austin Film Festival (2006), Francis Ford Coppola's American Zoetrope (2004), and Project Greenlight (2003). As an online content developer, she specializes in areas including education, family and travel writing for high-traffic websites. Christine's work has been published at a variety of websites, such as Travels.com, eHow.com, TyraShow.com, ExtraTV.com and momlogic.com. A freelance story editor for MyStoryInc.com, Christine has experience in developing powerful online video content and currently works in Post-Production for Bunim/Murray Productions.

Christine received her BFA from Wisconsin Lutheran College in 2000, majoring in both Psychology and Communications. Christine earned her MFA in Creative Writing at Spalding University where she studied the dual genres of screenwriting and Writing for Children. During the low residency program, Christine completed drafts of five screenplays, served as a Student Editor for The Louisville Review and devoted two semesters to completing her Young Adult fantasy novel, "Unbindable."

I have been in the industry since 2008.

Clients

Hyde Park Entertainment - Production Intern - 2009 Warner Bros./Telepictures - New Media Production Intern - 2008-2009 Comedy Central/Burger King Promo - Story Development/Scriptwriter -2010

Awards

Austin Film Festival Screenwriting Competition, Semi-finalist, 2006 American Zoetrope Screenwriting Competition, Finalist, 2004 Project Greenlight Screenwriting Competition, Top 50 Finalist, 2003 L.A. Comedy Shorts Screenwriting Competition Prize-winning Finalist, 2010