Nicole Schubert began her storytelling career in fifth grade with a children's storybook about the adventures of a young ant named Herbie. She then teamed with best friend Kathy in sixth grade to adapt the book "Princess Ruby" for the stage and produce it with puppets for a neighborhood-wide audience.
Nicole's feature screenplay "Earth Kids" which she co-wrote with Arlene Bogna won 1st Place at the 2007 KIDS FIRST! Film Festival Awards as well as a Sponsor Award. Nicole also wrote the screenplay "Bury Me At Yankee Stadium" and the short film "Reflections of Lauren," which she co-created with Bogna. Schubert is writing her first teen novel, "How I Made Out With A Rock Star."
Nicole enjoyed another side of storytelling while working in the cutting rooms of numerous feature films for Dreamworks, 20th Century Fox, Paramount and Universal, among others. She also traveled far and wide to practice her French, German & Dutch language skills and landed in Brussels for a time producing a European-wide awards show for BRT TV.
In her free time, Nicole makes up stories for her toddler Lukas, when she isn't chasing him around the house, that is.
AWARDS & NOMINATIONS FESTIVALS
2007 - WINNER KIDS FIRST! Film & Video Festival Awards
1st Place: Best Feature Screenplay - "Earth Kids"
Sponsor Award for Feature Screenplay: "Earth Kids"
2007 KIDS FIRST! Film & Video Festival
Official Selection "Earthkids"
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