Hey, I'm Colin!

San Francisco, California

Colin Bishopp is a writer, filmmaker and advocate for expanded access to clean energy. His award-winning short film Snaggletooth premiered at the Sitges Film Festival and the Tribeca Film Festival. His first documentary feature film, Homeschooled, is in pre-production.

 

Colin spent much of his career working in politics and government, first for members of Congress and most recently as a White House appointee in the Obama Administration. In 2016, Colin received a Fulbright to lead a seminar on clean energy finance at the University of Cape Town. Colin previously taught courses in philosophy and American culture at Wilbur Wright College and Benedictine University.

 

My Projects

Projects I'm Supporting

The Alternate

Oakland, California Film Feature
Sci-Fi, Thriller

Upon unlocking a portal to an alternate dimension where his dreams have come true, struggling filmmaker Jake must confront his ideal self.

85%

This project got the green light!

Nanay’s Lullaby - Filipino-American Short

San Francisco, California Film Short
Drama, LGBTQ

A gay Filipino-American must reunite with his homophobic family when his mother becomes ill

126%

This project got the green light!

Seven by Seven: San Francisco Stories

San Francisco, California Film Feature
Comedy, Drama

Five interlocking stories capturing the essence of San Francisco, a city of heartbreaking beauty eternally on the edge of change

108%

This project got the green light!

Snaggletooth

San Francisco, California Film Short
Comedy, Horror

An unusual girl needs to get her teeth fixed at midnight.

210%

This project got the green light!

5 Faces Of Hell

Los Angeles, California Film Feature
Horror, Thriller

In this dark comedy horror anthology, five strangers learn of their impending fates in five tales of of terror!

87%

This project got the green light!

Poster Boy

San Francisco, California Film Short
Comedy, LGBTQ

In this silent comedy film, Stuart sees himself on a poster and has no idea how he got there.

116%

This project got the green light!

Bring Me an Avocado

San Francisco, California Film Feature
Drama

When a violent encounter leaves Robin in a coma, her family ventures to maintain normalcy for her children while managing their own grief.

113%

This project got the green light!

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