Audrey Arkins wrote 'Never Back Down: Revolt' (Sony Pictures, Nov. 2021). She co-wrote 'Elyse' (2020) starring Sir Anthony Hopkins, 'Farewell' (2009) starring Emir Kusturica & Guillaume Canet, & 'Missing Brendan' (2004), starring Ed Asner & Adam Brody. She was hired to write 'Inkotanyi' – the story of the rebels who stopped the Rwandan Genocide and 'Zoya', the story of a Russian ballet prodigy who beats formidable odds. Her MOW thriller 'Killer Daddy Issues' premiered for Lifetime in Feb 2020. Her second MOW thriller 'Dating Hell' debuts Summer 2022. In her early career, Audrey wrote and lectured on Politics at Universities in Ireland where she was born. She made her first Documentary for Channel 4 in the UK, profiling Irish Prime Minister, Garrett Fitzgerald. After relocating to the US, she wrote and produced multiple documentaries before becoming a screenwriter. She directed her first short feature 'American Boy' in 2017, is producing her feature script 'Feckers' and hopes to direct her independent feature 'Miss America'.