Light and Shadow Films is the production arm of David L. Hudacek.
If there is one undercurrent to these projects, it's the love of dramatic dialogue.
Screenplays include Anna Blue (finalist Austin Film Festival, optioned by Cannes award-winning director Jerzy Skolimowski), New York Noir (semi-finalist 2011 Slamdance Writing Competition), Seven Days in Rosetown (finalist 2012 Cinequest Film Festival, semi- finalist 2013 Cinestory), The American Way (winner best thriller 2013 Fade In Awards), and Sweet Nothin’, 2015 Nicholl Academy Fellowship Quarterfinalist. His screenplay Rosetown was recently named a quarterfinalist at the 2018 PAGE International Screenwriting Awards. Films include Diary of an Ordinary Man (winner best editing 2004 Rhode Island International Film Festival), herbert and maud (a best short winner, Boston Underground Film Festival), and Year 25+, a documentary examining AIDS workers in Zambia.
Plays include New Year, produced by Emerson Stage at the 2013 Boston Theater Marathon, I Woke Up in a Sam Shepard Play, performed May 8th at the 2016 Boston Theater Marathon, and The Presentation, which premiered at the 2015 United Solo Festival in New York City on Theatre Row. The full-length play Existential Dread on the Texas Plains was read at the Boston Playwrights Theatre's Second Sunday Reading Series on December 10th, 2017. His most recent play New Wave is currently a 2018 ScreenCraft Stage Play Competition Semifinalist.