Sophia Stuart is a journalist, published author and writer/director of digital games. She is represented by Lisa Gallagher at DeFiore and Company (fiction/non-fiction) and Studio Kairos for speaking opportunities as a technology commentator.
She has also completed three screenplays and is seeking representation as a screenwriter.
The Goddess, the Writer
and the Eternal Soul
The ancient Muses find out about “Life Coaches” and fly to L.A. to get their revenge. Just as Liam, a charmingly wicked eternal soul, hits town.
log line: No one said reincarnation would be easy.
a glorious day in corporate hell
Anna, a high-flying executive has lost her way. Her angel, Gloria, is dispatched to help out. But Gloria is still a trainee and forgot to do her homework because she was obsessively watching Doris Day movies. Modern Manhattan awaits.
log line: Everyone needs an angel. Hopefully yours has done her homework
Laurel Kennedy gets fired from her Hollywood Studio job and ends up running a rehab for teenagers in Malibu. She thinks it’s her temporary job to protect her immigration status. Little does she know she’s the one who needs saving.
log line: Laurel Kennedy can save her sanity – or her career – but not both. Or can she?
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Sophia Stuart has written about movies for Cinema Thread, Esquire (Mexico), International Cinematographer’s Guild magazine, Not Only Blue (Australia), PCMag (Ziff Davis), Red (UK), Refinery 29, The Independent newspaper (UK) and Time Out (London), interviewing Kevin Costner, Park Chan-wook, S. J. Clarkson, Ericson Core, Drake Doremus, Andy Hendrickson, Taraji P. Henson, Kira Kelly, Jessica Kumai Scott, Spike Jonze, Jennifer Lawrence, John Lee Hancock, Jeph Loeb, Michael Keaton, Steven Okasaki, Joaquin Phoenix, Melissa Rosenberg, Luke Scott, Ridley Scott, Maria Schrader, Nancy Schreiber ASC, Michael Sheen, and Stacey Sher.
In other film-related work, Sophia has ghostwritten speeches and articles for Hollywood executives and was Eli Roth‘s production notes writer on The Green Inferno. She also writes, directs and produces games, including the scavenger hunt for 20th Century Fox – The Devil Wears Prada, (and Runway magazine; international Press kit, including a Lexicon A-Z ) and a mash-up game for New Line Cinema – Take The Lead. Most recently, Sophia wrote and directed Mayfair Brooks, a 15-part mobile drama for teens, commissioned by Pocket Gems.
Born in the UK, but now based in Los Angeles, Sophia started her career on The Independent, the national newspaper that also launched the careers of Allison Pearson (I Don’t Know How She Does It), JoJo Moyes (Me Before You) and Helen Fielding (Bridget Jones’s Diary). She is the author of How To Stay Sane In A Crazy World (Hay House, 2014) and is represented by the literary agent Lisa Gallagher.