A mockumentary about a modern-day cult, which satirizes politics, major religions, and activist groups.
God’s 17 satirizes politics, major religions, and activist groups. The web series tells the story of a well-meaning religious community and revolves around the group’s founders; Brother Aaron and Sister Tammy. They’re not the leaders of the religion, however, as the first founding members, most decisions seem to fall to them. …
Nir is a writer/director whose work has featured at film, theatre, and writing festivals around the world. He graduated from film school at UTS in Sydney Australia with a bachelor’s degree in media and communications specialising in film, cultural studies, and production.
Nir has worked with some of the most experienced directors, actors, and producers in the industry. He learned from their decisions and saw first hand what did and didn’t work on such productions as The Great Gatsby, The Wolverine, The Water Diviner, Gods of Egypt, Top of the Lake, and many more.
Nir has written feature scripts, television pilots, short scripts and web-series. He’s directed commercials, short films, corporate videos, stage plays, web-series, moved readings and he’s collaborated with artists on video pieces. Over the years, he has been offered an option deal by Route One Entertainment (LA-based finance company), been given development funding from Scripted Ink., and has had script requests from Universal Pictures. He also sold the broadcast rights to the Latin American territories for a digital series he directed and co-wrote.
His projects have accumulated over 110 selections, nominations, and awards, with placements in some the industry’s most highly regarded festivals and contests: Final Draft’s Big Break, The Austin Film Festival, The Page Awards, The Nashville Film Festival, Screencraft, Shore Scripts, The Monte Miller Awards (in two consecutive years) and more.
Tai is an actor and screenwriter with a professional acting experience spanning the past two decades. Over the last 25 years, he studied acting, screenwriting and has performed in over 40 theatrical productions. Some of his performances were part of the Melbourne and Sydney comedy festivals, while others played to sell out seasons at the Belvoir St Theatre.
Some of his local credits are All Saints, Police Rescue, Tricky Business and Big Sky, while his U.S. production credits include Jag, Mission Impossible and Farscape.
Tai gains insights into the inner workings of his characters by involving his acting experience in his writing process. He’s written a number of award winning plays, short films, comedy sketches and web-series. One of the pilots he co-wrote, titled Spies Girls, was nominated for the Monte Miller Award and gave him an invitation to join the Australian Writer’s Guild Pathways Program.