Terrell Tannen is a film producer, director, and screenwriter. He has written and directed the feature films A Minor Miracle and Shadows on the Storm. He has also written screenplays for the feature films Honor Bound, Gospel Hill and Dalton: Code of Vengeance. He has adapted the Jim Harrison novels and novella A Good Day to Die, Sundog, The Man Who Gave Up His Name, and Farmer. His commentaries and essays have appeared in The New Yorker, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post and Washington Times. His memoir When Blood is Gone was published in 2013. Before becoming a filmmaker, Mr. Tannen served as a research analyst for the Joint Committee on Congressional Operations, U.S. Congress and as a freelance journalist in Washington, D.C. Tannen went on to produce and direct his own political documentaries, including Tricks Win Fights. Upon moving to Hollywood, Tannen met the late director John Huston, who sponsored him as a writer-director in Tannen’s feature debut A Minor Miracle, in which Huston starred. Aside from a one-year stint with Universal Television, Tannen has remained a feature screenwriter and director. He lives in the Hollywood Hills.