Meg Edmonson

Meg Edmonson

CEO / Executive Producer

Meg Edmonson is our chief executive officer. She’s a screenwriter with a strong background in psychology, college administration and business. After completing her master’s degree in psychology from the Antioch New England Graduate School in New Hampshire, she consistently demonstrated her administrative skills as an assistant director at Franklin Pierce College and a financial aid counselor at University of Minnesota.

She continues her lifelong studies in psychology and spirituality which enables her to form a greater overview of the human condition – those traits show up in her writing and in her determination of successful script topics.

Over the past 20 years, she has focused on business, first owning a successful garment company, then becoming the Chief Financial Officer of two companies – Meg’s Art World, an art publishing company, and Little Swan Publishing, a music and book publishing company.

She currently is working as the executive producer and screenwriter on several original and adapted film and television projects.

David Armstrong

David Armstrong

President / Executive Producer

David is an American film and television executive producer, author and public speaker. He currently works as the chief executive officer of Bright Frontier Films, LLC and the Armstrong Corporation – the parent company for Little Swan Publishing, a music and book publishing enterprise – and Meg’s Art World, an art print publishing enterprise.

Armstrong was born on July 16, 1959 in Crosby, North Dakota. He was raised on a highly-productive family ranch and later graduated from North Dakota State University with a bachelor’s degree in business marketing. In college, he was an outstanding member of the Delta Upsilon fraternity, earning the distinction of being appointed to the coveted position of first student assistant to famed Professor Donald Myrold.

After college, Armstrong founded and operated a number of companies including; D.C. Marketing, a business consulting firm for inventions located in West Fargo, ND., Quillow Inc., a sewing and manufacturing enterprise; and DC Marketing which reached sales of five million dollars until it sold in 1999 to Meg’s Art World of Minneapolis, Minnesota.

He also created the Armstrong Corporation which was a highly successful business right from the first year of operation. Since then, he has advised numerous companies on how to maximize their efficiency, which eventually turned his attention to the television and film industry. As of June 2016, he has developed several dozen exciting television and film projects nationwide. To date, he is involved in several dozen exciting TV and film projects with his team.

Armstrong is well-known for his exceptional ability to spot market trends, investments in agricultural commodities, and upcoming companies. He has a razor’s edge intuition for managing money that will help stretch dollars to maximize investor money; and he has an uncanny ability to spot the “hidden gem” and money-making potential in film and television projects brought to his attention.

Michael Dignam

Michael Dignam

CFO / Executive Producer

As an executive decision maker for over 35 years, Michael has perfected the art of “closing the deal”, regardless of the opposition. Whether as a 17-year old diamond Kirby vacuum cleaner sales rep, or owner / corporate executive of various real estate and nationwide financial companies, Mr. Dignam has adhered to the principle that all good businesses are people machines not number laden balance sheets on a profit and loss chart. Firmly grounded in the belief that all negatives can and must be turned to positives, he always strives to establish win-win outcomes while operating faithfully to the principle that “no one cares how much you know until they know how much you care”. Employing these basic principles, Mr. Dignam has developed friends from all walks of life, ranging from laborers to billionaires, offering and receiving excellence in every way.

Glinda Dignam

Glinda Dignam

COO / Executive Producer

Glinda Dignam is a professional fundraiser and has a successful track record securing multi-million dollar funding for worthwhile projects. Ms Dignam widens her support of these worthy projects as a campaign consultant, a business owner and co-founder of the RLBR Family Heritage Foundation. Ms Dignam also hosts a weekly PODCAST talk show. As a former playwright and actor, she is fulfilling a lifelong pursuit of promoting the arts through her professional guidance and entertainment industry sources.

As chief operating officer and executive producer of 881 Productions, Ms. Dignam provides an opportunity for screenwriters and filmmakers to develop their work.

Ms. Dignam has a unique background in governmental affairs as a lobbyist, grant writer, procurement facilitator, campaign consultant, and an international negotiator in business, education, policy, and exchange.

With a masters degree in business and non-profit administration, Ms. Dignam presents, evaluates and records project outcomes to investors and interested parties. When the outcomes show that the immediate goals and positive objectives have been met, then the proposed curricula is ready for marketing. Some of her curricula topics include but not limited to constitutional law, art and design, teacher training, health and character education, youth and parent guidance, and spiritual meditation.

In addition to her work developing media opportunities for 881 Productions, Ms.Dignam continues to invest her time and talents in screenwriting and helping to run her mother’s family foundation.
Kerry Keepers

Kerry Keepers

Vice-President / Producer

Kerry has had many careers but his first love is performing. His broad experience includes radio, theater, commercials, TV and film. In 1999 he founded the theatrical troupe Pistols and Petticoats. He directed and performed in Murder at the High Noon Saloon which ran for fifteen years. He wrote curriculum and taught acting for many years as well, adding his own unique approach to the classroom. Kerry has performed his material live at many venues across the pacific southwest. His experience and knowledge of the old west combined with a passion for the genre has resulted in Deadly Reckoning, a novel and screenplay. His journey continues.

Frank Zanca

Frank J. Zanca

Writer / Producer

Frank is an award-winning writer, who has written and published four novels, and written over a dozen feature-length screenplays and pilots.

Recently, Frank produced the supernatural/western, Six Gun Savior, starring Eric Roberts, which was nominated best feature at the Sunscreen Film Festival in Los Angeles in 2015. He recently Line Produced/Unit Production Managed five independent features, including: Cross the Line with Ice-T, A Horse Story, with Danny Trejo, amongst others, as well as two Pilots: Star Trek: Renegades with Tim Russ, Walter Koenig, Sean Young,  Adrienne Wilkinson, and Cozmo’s for Syfy Channel directed by Stephen Furst of Babylon 5 and Animal House. In 2015 Frank came under budget while line producing a commercial for AT&T entitled This is Me.

Frank Zanca began working in local television at the age of 22 when he became a promotional producer for an ABC affiliate. During that time he wrote and produced thirty-second spots for the newscast and syndicated shows such as Geraldo and Sally Jesse Raphael.

Frank created and wrote a comic book, which was distributed internationally, under the name of Shadow Raven and helped design Shadow Raven: the Combat Card Game. His novels include Destiny Aurora, The Awakening, Escape from Berlin: the Diane Jacob’s Story, and Shadow Raven: The Sabre’s Edge.

In 2008 he partnered with Timothy Ryder, the producer of such hits as That ‘70s Show and 3rd Rock from the Sun, and together produced two pilots (Sunset Stand Up and Just the Three of Us) along with a webisode revival of the ‘80s television show Greatest American Hero with the approval of the Cannell Company. Together they launched www.StayTunedTV.net, a website geared entirely towards airing independently produced pilots.

Marie Jones

Marie D. Jones

Author / Screenwriter / Producer / Researcher

Marie D. Jones is the best-selling author of 18 non-fiction books on disaster preparedness, the paranormal, ancient knowledge, unknown mysteries, UFOs and alien technology, surveillance and technology, conspiracy theories, metaphysics, spirituality, and cutting-edge science. Some including PSIence, Destiny vs. Choice, The Déjà Vu Enigma, 11:11 – The Time Prompt Phenomenon, Mind Wars, and The Power of Archetypes. She wrote Supervolcano: The Catastrophic Event that Changed the Course of Human History with her father, geophysicist Dr. John Savino. Her newest releases include The Disaster Survival Guide: How to Prepare for and Survive Floods, Fires, Earthquakes, and More, Celebrity Ghosts and Notorious Hauntings, Earth Magic, Ancient Technologies: Lost Sciences of the Gods, and Toxin Conspiracies: The Systematic Poisoning of our Air, Water, Food, and Bodies. She is also a novelist, with a middle grade novel series, EKHO- Evil Kid Hunting Organization written with her son, Max; and a modern fantasy novel, The Shapeshifters Stone, which has been optioned for film. She has appeared on the History Channel’s Nostradamus Effect and Ancient Aliens television series.

A former radio show host herself, she has been interviewed on over 2,000 radio shows and podcasts worldwide, including Coast to Coast AM, NPR, The Shirley MacLaine Show, Midnight in the Desert, and in dozens of print and online publications. She has lectured at events across the country on a variety of subjects.

She is also an optioned screenwriter with projects in various stages of development with Bright Frontier Films/881 Productions, including a scifi/adventure, Project Aurora in pre-production. She is venturing into producing with her own company, Where’s Lucy? Productions, and is currently developing the Maybelline cosmetics family empire story for television based on the book she co-wrote with heiress Sharrie Williams. She is also an indie filmmaker with a short film, Kings Boulevard which she wrote and executive produced for RockChalk Pictures hitting film festivals in spring of 2019; a short film based on the Stephen King short story Graduation Afternoon in pre-production; and two upcoming features in pre-production for 2019/2020 with Gray Area Multimedia. She is a fully trained disaster responder with CERT/Homeland Security and is now teaching classes on emergency and disaster preparedness. Her training includes everything from disaster assessment to active shooter and terrorism response, first aid and triage, urban and rural search and rescue, and trauma psychology. She is also a trained Red Cross shelter worker, and a licensed amateur radio operator.

Her second passion after writing is horse racing, a sport she has been enamored with since childhood when she wanted to be a jockey. Instead, she is venturing into partnership waters and owns shares in three racehorses, with more to come. One day she hopes to own and breed her own race horses. She lives in San Marcos, California and is the proud mom of one amazing son, Max. Her websites are www.mariedjones.com and www.whereslucyproductions.com.

Bruce Lucas

Bruce Lucas


Bruce is from New York City where he attended NYU Film School and opened Bruce Lucas Productions Inc. directing, producing, & writing film, TV and corporate projects. Bruce won critical acclaim from film critics Jeffrey Lyons and William Wolf for his independent dramatic short film titled A Walk in the Dark starring Mike McGlone (The Brothers McMullen, Hardball, She’s the One, The Bone Collector and the more recently GEICO TV spots). Bruce served as both director and executive producer on the film.

“I saw it and thought the acting was powerful. I wanted more!” – Jeffrey Lyons, WNBC

“It is a well-shot, absorbing tale… With a good cast, Lucas demonstrates that he can tell an absorbing story in a relatively short amount of time…” – William Wolf

A Walk in the Dark has screened in over 25 film festivals around the world and won two awards; Outstanding Creative Achievement as a Director from writemovies.com and the Euroshort’s Audience Choice Award in Poland. Bruce previously worked for various production and advertising companies as a director, a producer, a cameraman and a writer for numerous companies and projects including: Tom Kukic Advertising, Limelite Video, ESPN, PGA Golf Tour, Sears, Chrysler, Toyota, Elizabeth Arden, Twix Candy, Publix Supermarkets, Fontainebleau Miami, and many others. Bruce is currently in development for a Sci-Fi feature titled Aurora. His website is www.brucelucasfilms.com.

Nancy Hawthorne

Nancy Hawthorne

Director / Producer / Writer

ASCAP, WGA – Films registrations. She has directed, produced and created the Rhythm and Food Show for television starring Denny Laine, known for the rock group Wings and Moody Blues, with Mary Wilson of the famous Supremes hosted by Dominic Allen. Recently she directed Brighter Frontier Films TV shows Vegas Psychic and Mind Wars. Her own other projects include writer of the movie Hurricane Zombie, along with many other projects she has in development. She had been producing events for over 30 years. She also has co-starred in various movies.

(SAG_Aftra) She has acted in dozens of commercials along with several TV pilots. She has written lyrics with Grammy award winner Gary Anderson for various projects including movies, television, and Las Vegas shows.

Denise Agnew

Denise A. Agnew

Writer / Acting Coach

Denise is the award-winning author of over 67 novels and several optioned screenplays. Denise’s novels Love From The Ashes and Blackout were optioned for film/TV by Where’s Lucy Productions and Bright Frontier Films. She has collaborated with producers Marie D. Jones and Brian Keith Ellis on the TV series 6 which has also been optioned by Bright Frontier Films.

Denise is a writer and producer for Happy Catastrophe Productions, Where’s Lucy? Productions, and Bright Frontier Films. She is also a paranormal investigator, reiki master, and certified creativity coach. As a creativity coach, Denise assists anyone in the creative arts, including writing and acting, to maintain lifelong creativity. Denise lives in Arizona with her husband and a Mini Schnauzer.

Brian Keith Ellis

Brian Keith Ellis

Writer / Producer

Brian grew up in the Northern Baja town of San Diego, writing since the age of six, and eventually earning degrees in both writing and geography. As geography is known to lead to a career path as either a teacher or someone who overthrows small foreign governments, he chose to pursue writing. However, as he excelled at cultural and political geography, his fascination with politics and the interactions of disparate cultures is often imbued within the stories he creates.

He co-authored the Find Real Love blog (findreallove.wordpress.com), which garnered nearly 200,000 lifetime views. Eventually, he encountered Harold & Maude, and realized that watching films was no longer enough. He ditched his career as a realtor and karaoke junkie and leapt into the world of film and television.

Brian has been involved in successful, low-budget independent features such as The
Invoking, which was a huge financial success and has spawned two sequels. He has two films slated for release in 2017 titled Valley of the Sasquatch and Ayla. He currently has four additional shows in early development, as both a writer and a producer, including the paranormal drama Souljackers. Recently, he worked as associate producer on the dramatic thriller Flower in the Dirt, which is currently beginning its film festival run.

He is also an author of children’s books, and the first in a series, The Holden Boys Dolphin
Adventures – Mystery on Maui, which will be published in early 2017.