Short Film
Ryan Colucci Ryan is an alumnus of the prestigious Peter Stark Producing MFA Program at USC. He received his BA in Film Studies and Production from Hofstra University, graduating Suma Cum Laude. Before that he pursued a degree in Accounting from Villanova University and spent a year at Cambridge University in England studying Economics and Terrorism. He is a member of the Lambda Pi Eta Communications Honor Society as well as the Gamma Phi Business Honor Society.

He has over ten years of experience in the film industry, having worked in development for Artisan/Lionsgate (Blair Witch Project, The Punisher) and Disney (Pirates of the Caribbean, Freaky Friday). In the summer of 2011 he produced the sci-fi thriller White Space starring Holt McCallany, which is currently in post-production. Ryan also worked at Snoot Entertainment, where he was a producer on the CG-animated feature Battle for Terra 3D, which premiered at the 2007 Toronto Film Festival and was released through Lionsgate nationwide in May of 2009.

Ryan Colucci is teaming up with Warner Brothers Pictures to produce Terry Brooks’ Shannara fantasy series (fifteen books in total). Terry is the fourth best-selling fantasy author of all time, behind only JR Tolkien, JK Rawlings and CS Lewis. Along with Mike the Pike Productions, he is also producing George R.R. Martin's World Sci-Fi Award Winning The Skin Trade, a horror novella by the acclaimed NY Times #1 best-selling author from an anthology of the same name, also featuring stories by Stephen King and Dan Simmons.

Ryan started Spoke Lane Entertainment to produce a variety of genre fare for the publishing and film worlds. The first project out of his banner is the graphic novel Harbor Moon. Financed independently and produced by Spoke Lane, the werewolf spaghetti western debuted to rave reviews in April of 2011 through Shuster Award-winning publisher Arcana Studio. His follow-up graphic novels, R.E.M., Bulderlyns and Chasing Rabbits are currently in production and look to make their debut in 2012 as part of a joint venture with Mike the Pike Productions.