Julie Randolph has been a professional writer for over a decade, beginning in journalism and short fiction, and finding a home in writing about film and television before deciding to write her own screenplays.
Her first two short films "Meth" and "Modern Day Philosophy" found recognition at the Telluride Film Festival in 2000.
She has currently written two television series pilots: Level Blue, a science fiction series that effectively blends Sliders with Stargate, and CO III, a drama about life inside a prison told from the Correctional Officer's
point of view.
She has written, with the consent of the author, a film adaption of Alan Dean Foster's fantasy book "Into the Out Of."
Her other films include a coming of age romance entitled "Wheels in the Sky", "The Stone Seal" an unusual fantasy about dealing with the devil and
"Arcadia" a fantasy/horror about a prison filled with supernatural creatures.
Randolph is considered to be one of the more versitile writers in the industry, effortlessly going from fantasy, to science fiction, to drama.
This ability allows her characters to maintain a realistic humanity, creating people audiences find easy to relate to.