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Larry Sulkis

Larry Sulkis

Larry Sulkis spent the first years of his life in Prairie Village, Kansas before earning his degree at a Beloit College in Wisconsin. Sulkis lived in London, traveling extensively from there before moving to California to pursue his film career.

He joined the staff of What's Up America, a documentary series for SHOWTIME, that explored bizarre American subcultures, as the writer and one of the field producers. He directed an hour-length ABC documentary, Dropout, that chronicled the problems of high school dropouts. Additionally, he was a producer and writer for the Nickelodeon series, Out of Control. Some of Sulkis' more unique projects have been Worldsong, the award winning 70mm main attraction for the United States' Pavilion at the 1992 EXPO in Seville, Spain; General Motors' Teamwork Technology, utilizing the world's largest video wall, the multi-screened Animators on Animation for the Disney Animation Studio Tour; writing To Be An Astronaut for NASA's Houston Space Center Tour, The Journey Within an IMAX film he wrote for Intel, and as associate producer for Indah, an IMAX film produced in Indonesia. He is a short story writer and novelist who can explain the subtle differences between hundreds of northwest Missouri Barbecue techniques.

But Sulkis' most recent work has been in feature film writing. John Carpenter's Ghosts of Mars, is Sulkis' sixth feature screenplay sale and his eighth project collaboration with John Carpenter.


Note: This profile was written in or before 2000.

Larry Sulkis Facts

OccupationScreenwriter

Selected Filmography

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