‘I was homeless and living in my car four years ago.’ This is that kind of interview. An inspiring, genuine conversation about the life of Edward Drake, a filmmaker who hit rock bottom and is now making movies with Hollywood stars.
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Making movies with Bruce Willis
Edward is the writer-director of APEX, starring Neal McDonough and Bruce Willis. LOGLINE: Five elite hunters pay to hunt down a man on a deserted island, only to find themselves becoming the prey.
APEX is in Theaters, On Demand and Digital – November 12, 2021
Assistant to an Academy-Award Winner
Edward Drake studied at the University of Melbourne. A former assistant of Academy Award-winning producer Michael Sugar at Anonymous Content and director Mark Romanek, Drake has collaborated with Grammy-winning artists including The Fratellis, Jack Ü, and the Stanton Warriors. He is a member of the WGAw and has projects in development with 20th Century Fox, Lionsgate, and Disney.
Storyteller who has worn many hats: actor, singer, host, filmmaker, coach, recruiter, dad, financial professional, and connector of people. Passionate about love, vulnerability, film, and magic.