William Farley – Production Adviser

William Farley’s many short films and documentaries have won numerous awards and have been broadcast and screened around the world, including the Sundance, Berlin, Chicago, Sydney and New York Film Festivals. His first feature film, "Citizen : I'm Not Losing My Mind, I'm Giving It Away" premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 1983. Featured at the Whitney Museum of American Art, Citizen included, among other West-Coast performance artists, playwright John O'Keefe and Whoopi Goldberg in her first screen performance.

William Farley directed his second feature, "Of Men and Angels", from a screenplay he co-wrote, starring Theresa Saldana and John Molloy of Dublin's Abbey Theatre. The film tells the story of three strong-willed individuals who struggle for control of their own dreams and each other's. In 1989, "Of Men and Angels" premiered in the dramatic competition at the Sundance Film Festival. In the last five years , he has completed three films: "The Stories", a fictional account about a man urgently looking for an intimate connection with his dying father; "Darryl Henriques is in Show Business", a documentary about a comedian struggling to reach a larger audience; "Arianna's Journey : a pilgrimage of faith", a documentary about an Italian healer and her travels in pursuit of her spiritual destiny.

Currently, Farley is developing his third feature script, based on his childhood adventures, living in a family where his father drank and inadvertently lit things on fire.