John C. Hench Division of Animation & Digital Arts
Morgan Land studied film at both New York University and the Los Angeles Film School.
He wrote the screenplay for the 2013 film THE ICEMAN chronicling the life of doomed New Jersey business man and contract killer Richard Kuklinski. The film was an official selection of the Venice and Toronto film festivals and won praise for Michael Shannon’s role as the titular character.
In 2005, his film SIMPLE LIES, starring Colin Hanks and Alan Tudyk was an official selection of the IFC film festival. It had a long and fruitful run on cable television.
His next screenplay BLANCO, chronicling the world of Narco sub trafficking is currently in pre-production with Arnold Schwarzenegger attached to star.
Morgan’s currently working with Sacha Baron Coen’s Four by Two films on his first TV comedy NATURE BOYS a satire of organized religion.