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About Eric Norcross

Eric Norcross is an award-winning writer, director, and producer of films, television, music videos, and commercials. In addition to his film work, he is also a published author. He holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Sarah Lawrence College, a BA in Cultural Studies from SUNY Empire State College, and received his Film Foundation training from the Vancouver Film School.

Eric Norcross started making films in 1998 as a student at the Portland Arts & Technology High School in Portland, Maine, where he won his first awards for his experimental work. He made his first narrative film, Sixteen Stories his senior year, with a cast of over twenty, including local celebrities.

In 2002, Norcross directed the short action film, Hero for a Day, and a variety of experimental shorts. These projects would propel him to the New York City indie film scene.

From 2008-2014, Eric directed his award-winning short films, Caroline of Virginia and Lancaster Square, and his most popular film to date, Lipstick Lies.

In 2017, Eric produced a series of experimental films called the Spring Oppression Project, which lead to the production of his feature-length avant-garde film, Death & Life, his first film to be translated into a foreign language (German).

As of September 2020, Eric's latest project is the feature film, Fractals.


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