Graham Sack is an award-winning screenwriter, director, and academic whose work focuses on the intersection of science, technology, and storytelling. His most recent screenplay, Septillion to One, which tells the true story of a statistician who cracked the lottery, made the 2015 Hollywood Black List and is scheduled to go into production with OddLot Entertainment. He is currently developing Antigravity, the true narrative of the only man to predict the 1929 stock market crash, and The Maids that Mapped the Stars, a film about the first female astronomers in America.
While at NEW INC, Sack is writing and directing a virtual reality cinematic experience commissioned by NYT VR and Penguin Random House. It will accompany the release of Lincoln in the Bardo, the first novel by acclaimed short story writer George Saunders. He previously wrote and directed Don’t Look Away, an interactive cinematic virtual reality experience about aging, time, and the scarcity of attention. Sack holds a BA from Harvard University and an MS from the London School of Economics and Political Science, and he is completing a PhD in Digital Humanities at Columbia University. He is represented by the Gersh Agency.
Film / Virtual Reality