Writer, editor, director Adam Kargman’s short film credits include Atrocity, about the famous Milgram experiment, which in 2005 received an award from the Sloan Science Foundation for excellence in depicting science in a short film; and Anesthesia, a horror film dealing with anesthesia awareness, which won best student short at the 2006 San Fernando Valley Film Festival. He is also the author of the novel "Nagle’s Mercy," published in 2006. Kargman went to undergraduate and law school at the University of Arizona. After practicing law for several years in the Los Angeles office of O’Melveny & Myers LLP, he left to attend the MFA film production program at the University of Southern California. Kargman currently practices intellectual property law at a firm in Pasadena, while pursuing filmmaking. In his spare time, Kargman enjoys running, and is training for his ninth marathon.
Adam Kargman was awarded a Production grant at USC in 2005 for Atrocity