William Dickerson

William Dickerson is an award-winning screenwriter, director and author whose debut feature, Detour, was released theatrically and On Demand in 2013. He self-released his metafictional satire, The Mirror, and recently completed his third feature, Don’t Look Back. His first book, No Alternative, was declared, “a sympathetic coming-of-age story deeply embedded in ‘90s music” by Kirkus Reviews and his latest, Detour: Hollywood – How to Direct a Microbudget Film (or any film, for that matter) is out now. Learn more at his official site.

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Talks

William Dickerson (Detour) Talks Paul Haggis and David Simon’s Show Me A Hero

By William Dickerson | September 4, 2015

William Dickerson (Detour) Talks Paul Haggis and David Simon’s Show Me A Hero

A Yonkers-raised filmmaker steps back to look at the miniseries about the housing controversy in which his own father was involved.

William Dickerson (Detour) Talks Collin Schiffli’s Animals

By William Dickerson | May 21, 2015

William Dickerson (Detour) Talks Collin Schiffli’s Animals

Drawing on his own dark past, an actor fashions a portrait of two drug-addicted lovers who are prisoners of their primal urges but yearn to be free.