Stephen Glantz has been a writer and screenwriter for over 25 years. He's written for all the major studios and networks in the 15 years he lived in Los Angeles. For the past 10 years he has been working for CCC Film Kunst in Berlin and producer Artur Brauner. His German language films, including The Last Train and Wunderkinder, have won numerous awards, including the Audience Awards at the Berkshire International Film Festival and festivals in Palm Springs, Sao Paolo, Copenhagen, Los Angeles, Giffoni Italy, and many others. His Holocaust memoir which he co-authored with survivor, Clara Kramer, has been published in 21 languages and was named a Sophie Brody Honor Book by the American Library Association. Currently, he teaches screen writing at Emerson and has also taught at Williams and Brandeis where he was a Scholar in Residence in 2008 and 2010.