Filmmaker Tom Quinn writes about his movie “Colewell,” which tells the story of a small town reeling from a looming post-office closure—echoing the Trump-induced chaos of today.
Tom Quinn is a writer and director based outside Philadelphia. Colewell was nominated for two Independent Spirit Awards and his debut, The New Year Parade, was nominated for a Gotham Award as well as an Independent Spirit Award. Tom was listed as one of the “25 Faces of Independent Film” by Filmmaker Magazine and has participated in the TIFF Talent Lab, The Biennale College, IFP No Borders, and the Sundance Film Music and Sound Design Lab. Tom previously worked as a visual effects producer and is currently the program director for Film & Television Production at Drexel University.