Tom Zanca is a versatile writer, director, and scriptwriter who has written and directed multiple short films and TV pilots.
He wrote and directed an original dramatic TV pilot, "Bloodhounds", which was a selection of The New York Television Festival, Garden State Film Festival, and The PilotLite Online TV Festival (sponsored by producer Michael Mailer).
His short sci-fi script, Standoff, has received multiple awards, including:
Additionally, he wrote and directed two short films that were screened in three film festivals. He was a staff writer for the scripted TV drama "Talk For Me".
member of the Screen Actors Guild, he proudly served on the SAG
Awards' 2017 Theatrical Nominating Committee.
grew up inspired by classic television series from the 1960s and 1970s,
including "The Twilight Zone", "Star Trek",
and "The X-Files", as well as classic films like "Network",
"Jaws", "The French Connection", "All The
President's Men", and many others.
contemporary series that have grabbed Tom's attention begin with "The
West Wing" and end with "GLOW", "Black
Mirror", and "Stranger Things". In cinema,
some of his favorites include "Pulp Fiction", "Batman
Begins", "Dunkirk", "The Imitation Game", and