A man of many talents and titles, Warren Etheredge is an author, producer, playwright, educator and public speaker. In every role, storytelling plays a part — and he helps many filmmakers discover and tell their story through his work as a Storyfinder. Over the years, he’s launched a screenwriting program at the University of Washington, co-founded Walla Walla Movie Crush, worked as the artistic director of the Lake Arrowhead Film Festival and programmed short films for The Seattle Jewish Film Festival. He’s also the founder of The Warren Report and works with The Red Badge Project, a program that helps veterans work through PTSD and other issues through storytelling. As a producer, Etheredge has made the conscious choice to primarily partner with women, producing films like Personhood (Mountainfilm 2020) which analyzes fetal rights through the lens of one pregnant woman’s experience.