Director Biography – Chris Roe (Cemetery Tales: A Tale of Two Sisters)

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Manager, writer, producer, director, Chris Roe entered the entertainment business in 1996, after starting his own talent management agency, Chris Roe Management. Since then, his company has become well respected in the entertainment industry, managing such clients as directors George A. Romero, Clive Barker, and actors Bruce Davison, Meg Foster, Mariette Hartley, and Malcolm McDowell, to name a few.

In 2007, he wrote, produced and directed the award winning documentary feature, “One for the Fire,” released in May of 2008. He also produced and co-directed a pilot for television called, “Soul of the City,” and has acted as producer or executive producer on such films as “Suing the Devil,” “The Employer,” and most recently, “Bereave,” starring Malcolm McDowell, Jane Seymour and Keith Carradine.

Roe continues to manage and produce. In 2018 he launched his production company, Tea Time Productions, Inc. Cemetery Tales: A Tale of Two Sisters, has been the company’s first production. He currently has multiple projects in development, as well as several properties optioned. All projects are designed on a multi-platform structure.

He resides with his family in Los Angeles, CA.

Director Statement

A Tale of Two Sisters was a great joy to do. I used the people I wanted, and shot it the way I wanted. I had no outside interference! It’s a tribute to the great black and white thriller/suspense/horror/noir films of the ’30’s, ’40’s and early ’50’s.
Most of all, it was great to create a story that leaves the audience wondering what really happened.

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