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Mr. Kyle Higgins

Human Resources Analyst

Harry Winston Inc

HQ Phone: (212) 245-2000

Email: k***@***.com

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Harry Winston Inc

718 5TH AVE

New York, New York 10019

United States

Company Description

Harry Winston Diamond Corporation is a diamond enterprise with premium assets in the mining and retailing segments of the diamond industry. Harry Winston supplies rough diamonds to the global market from its 40 percent ownership interest in the Diavik Dia ... more

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Employment History

SciFiPulse.net

Selling Writer

The New York Times Company

Assistant Vice President, Human Resources

Tradeweb LLC

Assistant Vice President and Branch Manager

Planters Bank Inc

Technical Writer and Software Tester

The Louis Berger Group , Inc.

Writer

NightWing Enterprises

Assistant To Tom Mankiewicz

Chapman University

Intern

The Donners' Company

Manager

Lake Barkley Marina

Education

film and creative writing

University of Iowa

Bachelor

Science Kinesiology ( Exercise Science )

University of Kentucky

DC Comics

MBA

Murray State

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KYLE HIGGINS - ...

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KYLE HIGGINS - DIRECTOR/CO-WRITER/SOUND DESIGNER

Kyle Higgins, born June 12, 1985, is a New York Times Best Selling writer (Batman: Gates of Gotham) and graduate of Chapman University's Film Production program. Originally from Homer Glen, IL, at the age of seven Kyle discovered the 1978 version of Superman. The movie first introduced Kyle to two of his biggest passions: filmmaking and comic books. With his fascination for superheroes fueling his love of cinema, Kyle began to pursue a career in directing at a very early age.
After two years of studying film and creative writing at the University of Iowa, Kyle transferred to Chapman University in Orange, CA. In the fall of 2006, Kyle took on an internship with The Donners' Company. The unpaid position provided Kyle an opportunity to work for Director Richard Donner, the man responsible for the film that introduced Kyle to cinema. The unpaid position provided Kyle an opportunity to work for Director Richard Donner, the man responsible for the film that introduced Kyle to cinema.
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The film opened many doors, including Marvel and DC Comics, and after a series of one shots with Alec, Kyle co-created The Nightrunner (DC) with David Hine and launched two miniseries in the spring of 2011: Supreme Power (Marvel) and Batman: Gates of Gotham (DC).
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Kyle is currently writing Nightwing for DC, and is represented by Geoff Morley at UTA.
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During the summer of 2006, Alec and Kyle Higgins began discussing an idea for a "superhero murder mystery.
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A recent DePaul University graduate, Joe first worked with Kyle Higgins in high school on a Kentucky Fried Chicken spec commercial, though they most recently collaborated on Higgins' 2007 short Insight.


While Kyle Higgins initially ...

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While Kyle Higgins initially had an idea for a comedic story involving the "superhero labor union" several years ago, it was not until the fall of 2006 that he really began developing the concept. Higgins spent that fall as an intern for The Donners' Company, working for director Richard Donner (Superman, Lethal Weapon, The Goonies) and producer Lauren Shuler Donner (X-MEN, Constantine, Any Given Sunday).

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The environment was quite conducive to superhero projects while Higgins was at the company, with Richard Donner releasing his cut of Superman II and co-writing Action Comics with Geoff Johns; X-MEN III was released just months earlier, and the company was working to develop Wolverine and Magneto spin off films.
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With the help of Donners' assistants/producers Derek Hoffman and Jack Dubnicek, Higgins began developing a script for The League along with co-writer Alec Siegel.
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Higgins planned to make the film as a thesis project at Chapman University.
Higgins and Siegel started by giving the story a more serious tone from Higgins' initial concept.
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As Higgins continued to intern, writer/director Tom Mankiewicz (Superman, Diamonds are Forever, Dragnet) began teaching at Chapman University.
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Through Chapman and the Donners, Higgins got to know Mankiewicz well.
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During the summer of 2007, as Higgins and Siegel worked from Chicago to get ready for a November 2nd start date back in Los Angeles, Mankiewicz spent numerous hours on the phone with the two young filmmakers, talking through the story and helping them to develop the world of The League.
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As Higgins prepared with Michael Campbell (producer), Adzio Czerski (producer), and Robin Phillips (producer) for what turned out to be the largest production ever at Chapman University (twelve days of shooting, filming in Chicago, hand made costumes, special effects, stunt doubles, wire rigs, fight choreography, large sets, forty foot green screens, and elaborate visual effects), Higgins and Siegel began working with Stanley Von Medvey (Concept Artist), Eric Wight (Character Design), Andrew Davis (Cinematographer), Dorothy Street (Production Design) and Mike Grier (Visual Effects) to develop a unique visual style for the look of The League.
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As Higgins prepared with Michael Campbell (producer), Adzio Czerski (producer), and Robin Phillips (producer) for what turned out to be the largest production ever at Chapman University (twelve days of shooting, filming in Chicago, hand made costumes, special effects, stunt doubles, wire rigs, fight choreography, large sets, forty foot green screens, and elaborate visual effects), Higgins and Siegel began working with Stanley Von Medvey (Concept Artist), Eric Wight (Character Design), Andrew Davis (Cinematographer), Dorothy Street (Production Design) and Mike Grier (Visual Effects) to develop a unique visual style for the look of The League.


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Kyle Higgins - Director KHiggins@theleaguefilm.com


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Guest List by Category...Page II - Welcome to Fictional Frontiers

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18. Kyle Higgins: Writer on DC Comics' Nightwing (Episode 188). 19. Joe Hill: Award-winning author and co-creator of IDW Publishing's Locke and Key (Episode 16).

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