Neurotic Boy Productions is the film company of Irin Evers.
John Barlowe & Irin Evers have been hired to write a family mystery feature script for Mark McNabb of SkylightFilms.
Irin optioned his feature screenplay Every time I go to Staten Island something bad happens... to ChipAway Productions with Don Cato (Be My Oswald) to direct. Diego Gonzalez Boneta (lead in the film Rock of Ages), Jim Jones (of the Harlem hip hop group The Diplomats, and his own VH1 show), and multiple ASC award-winning DP William Wages are attached to the project. See updates on Facebook.
John Barlowe & Irin Evers have also optioned their feature screenplay Miss Christmas to MultiVisionnaire Media.
Irin's scripts have won or placed in 47 screenplay contests for 125 awards, including the Nicholl Fellowships, the Sundance Lab and the Austin Film Festival. His films (as writer/director/producer) have won 5 awards (including 2 for 1st Place and 1 for 2nd Place Feature Film) and screened numerous festivals. Irin has worked in development, production and as a script reader.
Reviews for his feature film The Program can be found at From The Balcony and Reel Film Reviews.
Irin's family genre scripts are represented by Sue Giordano at the Hudson Agency. Every time I go to Staten Island something bad happens... and The Way It Spins are represented by Whitt Brantley Management and Talent. Miss Christmas is managed by Abbot Management.