Amelia Dellos is the writer, producer and director of the documentary Love Under Fire: The Story of Bertha and Potter Palmer which aired on PBS, and the author of the fantasy novel Delilah Recovered.
In addition to co-founding Corn Bred Films, Amelia has spent many years working in marketing and public relations. A graduate of Illinois State University, Amelia recently earned an MFA in Creative Writing from Columbia College Chicago.
Eric Anderson's work includes the children's book Alena & the Favorite Thing; the horror fiction collection, In the Bones; festival favorite shorts Morphin(e) and Pep Talk; and more than a dozen screenplays, including the upcoming horror film June and comedy/ drama Ink, co-written with director Scott Smith.
An alumnus of the University of Iowa, Eric currently holds the position of Creative Director at Sphera, a leading global provider of sustainability software and consulting services.
The married writing/producing partners and co-founders of Corn Bred Films have written several screenplays together. Most notable are the romantic comedy Other Plans, and Oriole Park, a coming-of-age thriller, set against the backdrop of John Wayne Gacy's murders, inspired by Amelia's own childhood experiences growing up in the very neighborhood that bore witness to the infamous serial killer's reign of terror.
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