'It' Screenwriter on Making First Directorial Feature With 'Naked Singularity'

It’s been a long journey for Chase Palmer from his first critically acclaimed shorts — Neo-Noir, which premiered at Sundance in 2002, and 2004’s Shock and Awe — to Naked Singularity, his feature debut as a director, which producer, financier and sales house Anton is selling at Afm. In between, Palmer honed his craft as a screenwriter, penning two Black List scripts and co-writing — with Cary Fukunaga and Gary DaubermanAndy Muschietti’s It reboot, which grossed more than $700 million worldwide, making it the most successful horror film of all time.

Now Palmer has shifted genres for his directorial ...
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