Talent Guide

Gerald Donahoe

  • Discipline:Producer
  • Program Year:Producing Lab 2004


Gerald Donahoe has a BA degree from the Evergreen State College where he studied film, video and new media. In 1992 Donahoe began his career by producing and directing the short film The Mocha Sign. In 1994 he produced the feature film 27 Pieces of Me, which toured film festivals around the world, won awards and secured video distribution. In 1995 he was instrumental in founding the Rainy States Film Festival, which encouraged, promoted and exhibited regionally produced independent films. In 1996 he produced and directed the short film From Afar, which played many festivals including the Seattle International Film Festival. Next he secured the rights and organized the financing to produce the short film Peeping Tom Theatre, based on the popular short story by playwright John Kaufmann. In 1999 Donahoe was awarded a special projects grant from the King County Arts Commission to complete and exhibit Peeping Tom Theatre. In 2000 he produced a tour of comedic short films called the Tickle Torture Film Tour, which successfully exhibited throughout the Pacific Northwest.

Current Project

Texarkana (Narrative Feature)


Small town Troy, Texas is the kind of place where it's hard to leave and if you try, there is always a price to pay.