Adam Sugerman
Adam Sugerman has crossed the Pacific via cargo ship, manufactured ice cream, surfed Costa Rica, driven cattle by horseback, biked up Mont Ventoux, framed houses, opened a junk shop, studied economics, and learned and forgotten several languages. Plus, he’s shaved rats in the name of science, rafted the Grant Canyon, drafted communiqués for Microsoft, extracted leeches from his skin in several tropical rain forests, and crashed his motorcycle more times than he likes to remembers – though, let’s face it, the body never forgets. He has a B.A. in anthropology from Reed College and a M.F.A. in screenwriting from the University of Southern California. Sugerman’s latest project is a sci-fi script about the end of the world. Adam Sugerman was awarded a Screenwriting grant at USC in 2004 for Godel's Proof

Sloan-awarded films


2004