Zack Van Eyck is a film and television writer, director and producer. His features include the indie darling "Jupiter Landing" (2005), the award-winning auto racing film "Daytona Dream" (2010) and the romantic comedy "Three of One Kind" (2013). He is available as a screenwriter for hire and works comfortably in all genres.
Four of Zack's original television productions have streamed on Amazon Prime beginning in 2016, including the Southern-influenced comedy satire "Sweet Caroline" and the sports-broadcast spoof "Coitus of the Week." Those two projects were officially selected by 19 U.S. and Canadian film festivals, garnering 14 awards and nominations, including Best Director and Best Writer awards for Zack and a Best Actress award for Carolyn Meyer ("Sweet Caroline").
Zack's first novel was published when he was 12 and he began his professional journalism career at 14 as a sportswriter for The Anchorage Times. He won the Alaska Press Club's Best Columnist award at age 17 and the Grantland Rice scholarship to attend Vanderbilt University. He won several national awards for investigative reporting and is known for breaking the "Skinwalker Ranch" story in 1996 while working for the Deseret News in Salt Lake City.
Zack is also an astrologer and a founding member of the punk rock tribute band Ramones Alive.
Writer currently has no listed scripts.