Co-Writer & Director of The Cult Classic "Chief Zabu" Neil Cohen
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Neil Cohen is a playwright, television and film writer, illustrator, producer and director who has been working in the industry for over 30 years.

Neil co-wrote and co-directed with Zack Norman the once-lost now-found cult comedy film Chief Zabu, which The Hollywood Reporter calls “A Comic Time Capsule with a Timeless Punch.” He wrote and illustrated the children’s book American Gargoyles which the NY Times says is ‘Zany, Madcap, Raucous, Mischievous’ and which is now being developed as an animated Christmas Special. His non-fiction writing has appeared in Los Angeles Magazine, BUZZ, Playboy, and New Millennium, and he recently produced Myriah Marquez’ award-winning short documentary “The Diary of Being Uncomfortably Comfortable." 

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Watch the trailer for Chief Zabu

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1knvDK-bE-4


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