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Lisa Enos

Lisa Enos is an award-winning filmmaker, a screenwriter and occasional actress known for the backstage Hollywood drama, "Ivan's XTC," starring Danny Huston & Peter Weller. This critically acclaimed film was nominated for four Independent Spirit Awards, including a personal nomination for Enos.

 

After her her feature debut, Enos split her time between Los Angeles and London, producing horror satire, "Snuff-Movie," (Jeroen Krabbé, Lynsey Marshall, Andrew Tiernan), the bedroom drama, "Kreutzer Sonata," (Danny Huston, Elisabeth Rohm) and Biopic, "Mr. Nice," (Rhys Ifans, David Thewlis, Crispin Glover and Chloe Sevigny) about Great Britain's most notorious drug dealer, Howard Marx. Enos also appeared in Boxing Day (Danny Huston, Matthew Jacobs, Anjelica Huston) and "State of Modern Love" (Daniel Falicki, Matthew Jacobs), which Enos wrote & directed- a dramedy about a womanizing man-child who comes to terms with past mistakes when he visits his family in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where Enos currently resides. The film won "Best International Film" at the Melbourne Underground Film Festival in 2017 and Enos took home a "Best International Director" award as well.

State of Modern Love (2018)

State of Modern Love is a feature-length dramedy by filmmaker Lisa Enos (Ivansxtc, Boxing Day, Kreutzer Sonata)  about a womanizing man-child who comes to terms with past mistakes during a trip home for the holidays. It won "Best International Film" at the Melbourne Underground Film Festival in 2017 where Lisa  Enos also received the  "Best International Director" award
Starring Daniel Falicki & Lisa Enos with Michael McCallum, Matthew Jacos & Sherryl Despres

Written & Directed by Lisa Enos

Ivans Xtc (2002)

Ivans Xtc is a cult classic set in Hollywood at the end of the century. Shot in 1999 on high definition digital video, it was the first film of its kind. Winner of the Boston Independent Film Festival, it also screened in competition at the Berlin Internationall Film Festival, Toronto, and as a digital side bar at Cannes in 2000, where Roer Ebert saw it and eventually championed the film on his TV show, Ebert and Roeper at the Movies where it received Two Thumbs up and finally got an art-house release. Rights have recently lapsed and it's available for re-release. 
Starring Danny Huston, Lisa Enos & Peter Weller

Produced, co-written by Lisa Enos, Co-writer/Director Bernard Rose

Lisa Enos

Lisa Enos is an award-winning filmmaker, a screenwriter and occasional actress known for the backstage Hollywood drama, "Ivan's XTC" starring Danny Huston & Peter Weller. This critically acclaimed film was the first high definition feature film ever made and it was nominated for four Independent Spirit Awards, including a personal nomination for Enos.

 

After her feature debut, Enos split her time between Los Angeles and London, producing the horror satire, "Snuff-Movie" (Jeroen Krabbé, Lynsey Marshall, Andrew Tiernan), the bedroom drama, "Kreutzer Sonata," (Danny Huston, Elisabeth Rohm, Anjelica Huston) which she also co-wrote, and the biopic, "Mr. Nice" (Rhys Ifans, David Thewlis, Crispin Glover, Chloe Sevigny) about Great Britain's most notorious drug dealer, Howard Marx.

 

Enos began her career as an illustrator at a children's film production company in Chicago, worked for the renowned advertising company, Weiden + Kennedy and made two television documentaries for A&E Network before turing her full attention to feature film scripting and production. Since that time she has penned several screenplays for studios and independent producers alike, and directed her first narrative feature, "State of Modern Love" (2017). Her second feature film, "Prepper's Grove" is currently in post production. 

In addition to producing, writing and acting in her own films Enos also appeared in "Boxing Day" with Danny Huston and Matthew Jacobs and the sci-fi short Monsters Against Mars by Jason Roth. 
See Enos' full list of credits on IMDB.  

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