Pictured: (L to R) James Maslow, Christel Khalil, Todd Wolfe, Emily Bett Rickards, Johnathan Fernandez on set of “We Need to Talk.”
Todd Wolfe is an award-winning filmmaker, and a Philadelphia resident of more than two decades. Originally from Danville, PA, Todd relocated to Phily to attend school, and pursue a career in the arts. After a multi-year stint with legendary label Ruffhouse Records, Todd transitioned from the record business over to music video and film production.
In 2008, Todd earned recognition for his directorial debut ‘Left/Right’, a coming of age comedy that he also co-produced alongside his brother Matthew. The film went on to garner numerous festival accolades nationwide. Todd has since amassed a growing body of creative work as a Writer, Director, and Producer. His filmography includes the indie-comedy ‘Saddle Up’ with Mickey Rooney, urban dramas ‘Streets’, with Meek Mill and ‘Brotherly Love’ for Queen Latifa’s Flavor Unit Entertainment, as well as episodes of the YouTube comedy series ‘Green Piece’ staring Brian O’Halloran (‘Clerks’) and Dian Bachar (‘Orgazmo’).
Todd recently wrapped principal photography on his latest feature film ‘We Need to Talk’, which he wrote and directed. The film, a comedy staring James Maslow (‘Big Time Rush’), Johnathan Fernandez (‘Lethal Weapon’), Emily Bett Rickards (‘Arrow’), Christel Khalil (‘The Young and the Restless’), and Tray Chaney (‘The Wire), was Produced by Paul Irwin. Executive Producers Larry Weitzner and Ray Carballada are running the film through their recently announced creative content venture AmpiFLY.
Todd and Paul have also been developing a follow-up to ‘We Need to Talk’, the dysfunctional romantic comedy ‘Adultland’, which Todd penned and has been tapped to Direct as well.
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