Christian Ghosn is a Lebanese-Canadian screenwriter and film director who recently graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts where he graduated as a double major in Film Production and Dramatic Writing. Christian grew up in Halifax, Nova Scotia where he would spend endless days and hours screening classic films such as “The Godfather” and “Goodfellas,” from a young age Christian knew that he wanted to be a filmmaker. In high school he turned his attention towards NYU Tisch, the Alma Mater of his idol Martin Scorsese. To the surprise of many from his small hometown Christian was accepted as an early decision candidate. While at NYU Christian had the opportunity to grow under legends such as director Mary Lambert and Screenwriter Ed Solomon. During this time Christian developed his gritty screenwriting prowess and visually evocative directing style, culminating in his thesis film “Violent Nights” which has been selected and screened at over 11 internationally recognized film festivals and picked up various awards along the way including: Best Director, Best Producer & and Best Film at various festivals. His previous short film “When Don Met Vicky” had its premiere at the New York Shorts International Film Festival. In addition to directing several short films, Christian has also penned multiple original feature length screenplays and a television pilot. His junior year screenplay “Somewhere In Northern California” placed in the top 20% of the Academy Awards Nicholl Screenwriting Competition. Since graduating from NYU, Christian has been learning the ins and outs of music video production in Los Angeles, while shadowing award winning director and executive producer Life Garland. He also directed an upcoming music video for Canadian Hip Hop Artist Quake Matthews. He is currently in development on his first feature film “We Go To The Beach To Fall In Love.” Christian prides himself in always delivering a cinematic product no matter the size or scope of the project.