Craig T. Williams Producer/Screenwriter/Editor – CEO of Red Wall Productions, a film production company that he runs with his wife, Rosalyn Coleman Williams. Craig has produced over 50 film projects including independent short films, promotional videos, educational films, actor reels and the groundbreaking documentary “Black Sorority Project.” He has empowered artists providing mentorship and one on one consultations to actors and filmmakers as they develop their craft. Through classes, workshops, and professional opportunities, Craig has equipped emerging artists with the tools and confidence to create their own work and share their individual stories with the world.
Craig is the writer of numerous award-winning short films, including “Allergic To Nuts” and “Drawing Angel.” Craig’s feature screenplay “Hanging By A Thread” was a finalist in the 2018 Sundance Screenwriters Lab. His TV pilot “Unfocused” was a finalist in the 2017 WGA sponsored Made In New York Fellowship.
“Title VII” is a feature screenplay he co-wrote with writer/director Nicole Franklin. “Title VII” explores same race discrimination at an IT firm. It premiered March 2017 at the Hollywood Black Film Festival and was a finalist for HBO Best Feature Film at the 2017 Martha’s Vineyard African American Film Festival.
Craig is in pre-production for his feature film “Hanging By A Thread” that will be directed by Rosalyn and Executive Produced by JuVee Productions, helmed by Academy Award Winner Viola Davis and her husband Julius Tennon.
He is co- leader of the Manhattan Chapter of FilmShop, a Media Producers and Independent Filmmakers Collective. He is also an active member of the Harlem Dramatic Writers Workshop and the Black TV and Film Collective.