A Magna Cum Laude graduate of USC's School of Cinematic Arts, Cody began his career as a script reader at Sir Ridley Scott’s Scott Free Productions before transitioning to Twentieth Century Fox as a writer's assistant. He has development experience with HBO Films, Warner Bros. TV and MGM, and holds a master's degree in Creative Writing from Oxford University--where he wrote for the Cherwell newspaper. His script AMERICAN PATRIOT, detailing the South Pacific War Crimes Tribunal following World War II, scored multiple perfect scores from Black List evaluators.
The genesis of George Orwell's 1984.
A racist prisoner of war is called to testify at a secret war crimes tribunal on behalf of her former captor before his execution.