An autistic genius sets up a robot colony on Titan to get away from the people that have been so cruel to him. When the Earth is destroyed, the last 5 remaining people come to him for help to save the human race
Dana is a screenwriter and director, originally from Texas. With a former career as a surgical nurse and Air Force Major, Dana attended National University and completed her MFA in screenwriting. During her nursing career, she wrote an article published Nationwide in the Nightingale News, and had several locally published works. As a screenwriter, she’s won numerous awards in screenplay contests including first place for her romantic comedy Not as Advertised at the Fade In Awards. Other screenplays of Dana’s have come in as semi-finalists in The Page Awards and Scriptapalooza. The short film she wrote and directed, Ella and the Sun was as an Official Selection at the Santa Fe Film Festival. Dana’s Screenplay “Almost Human” has just been selected for sponsorship through The Colorado Film Institute.
Dana Walsh was born and raised in Houston, Texas. She moved to Los Angeles at the age of 21 and began a career in acting at 27. Dana has been featured in Most High, Divorce Texas Style and Grad Night. After the loss of her father in 2002, Dana moved back to Texas to be close to her family. It was at this time that Dana started writing a script about the lives of she and three of her high school friends, including her best friend Diane. In light of several life situations she put the story on hold and was later prompted to continue writing her story. This was part of what lead her to the creation of the documentary I Had a Name. Dana has been working as an actor and in various areas of production for the past 24 years, working on several Feature and Short Films, as well as being Mentored by Producer Yankie Grant.