Two of Hearts
Alec Myers is smart, good-looking, rich...and dead. After an accident, he winds up on the 'other side' where he's forced to face some unpleasant truths about himself. Just as he's about to get a second chance, his ex-wife donates his heart for transplant, complicating his return to life, his search for a lost romance and his redemption in a daring act of courage.
Warren DeaconWriterJanuary One, Bike Fever, Sign Language, Sun Moon Stars
Lupos Sobre-VegWriterJanuary One, Sign Language, Sun Moon Stars
Number of Pages:103
Country of Origin:United States
Beverly Hills International Film FestivalBeverly Hills CA
June 15, 12
Nichols Academy Screenwriting ContestLos Angles CA
May 15, 2009
WARREN JOHN DEACON-WREN
Three times awarded the distinguished MacDowell Colony Artists Fellowship, Deacon-Wren's screenplays with co-writer Lupos Sobre-Vega include “Sign Language", “Sun Moon Stars", “January One", “I.D.", “Rock & Roll Radio” and "Two of Hearts".
He is the author of the stage plays “The New Bijou Soft Shoe", produced at Symphony Space, New York and the Odyssey Theater, Los Angeles and “The Chair at the End of the Room" for which he won the National Repertory Theater award. He is co-author of the play “And Flights of Angels Sing Thee" and co-creator of two television series, “There Goes the Neighborhood” and “Street Time”.
Deacon-Wren was Associate Artistic and Managing Director of South Coast Repertory where he directed Harold Pinter’s “The Birthday Party", “Our Town” by Thornton Wilder and “Feiffer's People", among others. He was founding Artistic Director of the experimental venue Open End Theater where his productions included “All the Lonely People", “What If” and “Adventures in a Paper Bag".
Represented as a playwright by the legendary Audrey Wood and Helen Harvey in New York, and as a screenwriter by Ilse Lahn of the Paul Kohner Agency in Los Angeles, he is currently repped by Leroy Bobbitt of Bobbitt and Roberts in Los Angeles.
Sobre-Vega is co-screenwriter with Warren John Deacon-Wren on five projects, including "Two of Hearts" which was a finalist in the Beverly Hills International Screenwriting Festival and the Triggerstreet Top Ten. For more details, please visit theplazafilms.com.
Most importantly, Lupos is a spiritual conduit, who emphasizes raising the kundalini and "awakening." He conducts a meditation group in the United States of America.
He is the creator of APOCRYPHO, a breakthrough Harsh Electro band and its main composer. He is signed with ADSR Musicwerks, which released the group’s debut CD "Spiritual Cannibal" to wide critical acclaim. His recordings appear on a variety of compilations worldwide. His record label recently released his solo project, a various-artists album titled "Electro Radiovengeance," featuring key contributors to the Harsh Electro and Futurepop world.
Also known in music circles as DJ VEX, his releases include BEAT PER BAR's "That's Nice" and "Yahh...Money!," and 4 A.M.'s "I Love It" and "Just Wait and See," distributed worldwide by MUV Underground U.S.A. and Household Records. He is celebrated by music insiders as the "godfather" of West Coast Acid House.