Writer / Producer
Hudson Phillips co-founded the production company The Brothers Ray in 2011. Under that banner, he wrote and produced the short film, “Rooney’s World”, released in 2012. The short was screened at nine film festivals and won the People’s Choice Award at the V.H.S. Film Festival and Best Short Film at the Dixie Film Festival in 2012. “Rooney’s World” was also screened on television on Atlanta’s local PBS station in 2013 and was picked up for distribution that year by both Shorts INTL and IndieFlix.
Hudson co-wrote the short “Siren’s Song”, which won “Best Writing” at the 2015 48 Hour Film Project in Atlanta. He also produced the shorts “Get Away” (2015) and “Five Cups” (2016).
He produced commercials for the Fortune 1000 companies AkzoNobel and Polyone Corp in 2015 and has written short-form content for the non-profit groups North Point Ministries, Orange, Bridge for Hope, and 12 Stone Church from 2015 to the present.
In April of 2013, Hudson wrote the screenplay “Splendora”, which was featured as one of the Top 15 Uploaded Scripts on The Black List, a website that finds and features the best unproduced screenplays.
He previously co-wrote the screenplay “Church League”, which was optioned by Lions Gate Films in 2007 and produced by Art Within Productions under the title “Crackerjack” on a $1,300,000 budget in 2013.
In 2015, Mr. Phillips started ScriptBlast—an organization that cultivates community and creates resources to help screenwriters navigate their careers. He also produces and co-hosts the podcast Four Friends Fight About Film.
He currently resides in Atlanta.