Craig T. Williams - As CEO of Red Wall Productions, he has produced over 30 film projects including independent short films, promotional videos, educational films, actor reels and the ground breaking documentary Black Sorority Project. Craig raised and managed the necessary capital to produce all of Red Walls endeavors, bringing in all projects on time and within budget.

Writer of over 20 short films, including the award winning short films Allergic To Nuts and Drawing Angel, Craig’s feature screenplays include: Game Night, Cape of Good Hope (just optioned), Soft Place to Fall (2nd Place Winner Hollywood Black Film Festival, 3rd Place Winner Organization of Black Screenwriters Screenplay Contest), Jimmie and Hanging By A Thread.

Craig began writing in 1999 and participated in a professional writer’s workshop at the School for Visual Arts. He honed his screenwriting skills with Robert McKee and David S. Freeman’s story and structure workshops. Craig is a proud member of the East Coast Writers Collective. 

A native New Yorker, Craig was born in Harlem, and raised in the Bronx. He was a Junior Tennis Champion having trained at the Harlem Tennis Center. In 1989 he gave back to the community by opening a free Tennis Camp for children ages 7-17. He solicited corporations for donations, equipment and court time. No child was ever turned away. 

Craig’s blog yobabydaddy.blogspot.com is a series of essays and prose about thejoy and power and fear of raising a black male, which in his spare time he is turning into a book.