Born in Pheonix, Arizona, Matt Wagner has spent most of his life in Chicago where he learned acting and aquired a passion for filmmaking. As a fan of the classics and avid follower of phychological thrillers, Matt deeply subscribes himself to the works of Alfred Hitchkock and Chistopher Nolan who has served as an inspiration in his own writings. Matt currently works as a stage actor and independent filmmaker in the Dallas-Fortworth area.
Black Death opens during the spread of the black plague. A team of ruffians follow a monk to a rumored land free of plague and pestilence. Enter Osmund; a young monk torn between his love for God and his love… Read More ›
Milk is the account of Harvey Milk’s campaign to become San Francisco’s City Supervisor, gaining the first real grounds for the gay rights movement. The film is set in the culturally turbulent 1970’s, and spans a vast period showing Harvey… Read More ›