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Mission Statement

Unrequited Films is an LLC founded by Chief Creative Member, Shan Huey.  With the help of Chief Operating Member, George Wozniak and New Media Director, Kammy Major, Unrequited Films came to be in spring 2015.  The company seeks to produce character-driven comedies & dramas that speak to the human condition and are accessible to the mainstream.

With two projects already slated for production, we will waste no time in letting you get to know us.  Expect to see entertaining films that provoke thought and strengthen conversations.  We will not be afraid to make intelligent pictures because it is our intent to serve audiences as well as entertain them.

Meet the Team

Shan Huey: (Chief Creative Member) Writer, Director

After graduating from The University of Texas, Shan moved to Los Angeles and immediately began writing scripts and attending the occasional commercial audition.  A year later, he had his first theatrical audition.  It was for the recurring role of “Blair” on a new show called Felicity.  That job led to a string of jobs highlighted by roles in Spiderman, The Patriot, and a guest spot on ER.  In 2003, Shan put acting on hold in order to write and direct a 40 minute short film called It Was San Pedro.  It’s theme of love and loss follows a couple throughout one day.  A day that happens to be the best, worst, and last day of their relationship.  In 2009, Shan hooked up with longtime friend and producer Cisco Ruiz to make Marinade.  Completed in 2010, Marinade is the story of a successful commercial actor who is unfulfilled in his career.  His unhappiness projects itself in ways he cannot see and leads to his betrayal by his live-in girlfriend.  The film marked Shan’s first as writer, director, and star.

George Wozniak (Chief Operating Member) Producer 
George Wozniak was born and raised in St. Paul, Minnesota where he began acting in high school.  While obtaining a business marketing degree at DePaul University, he also took part in various student films and acting/improv classes.  Upon graduating, George always knew his pursuits would lead to Los Angeles.  Soon after arriving he landed an agent and has been doing various projects over the past four years.  While continuing to hone his craft, he has worked on projects that include a lead role in the short film, Hell Hath No Fury, a web tv show, an Amazon network series, and a number of commercials.

Kammy Major (Member) New Media Development
Kammy comes to us with a background in sales and promotions. She started her work in Seattle with Entercom Communications in 2005. Entercom is one of the largest radio broadcasting companies in the nation. Her work in promotions helped to take 100.7 The Wolf from a brand new radio station, to one of the largest and most popular stations in the Northwest. She booked shows including Taylor Swift, Gretchen Wilson and Luke Bryan. In 2007 she continued work with Entercom but turned her focus toward producing the Fitz in the Morning show which was later nominated for a CMA broadcast award. In 2009 Kammy left the radio industry to try her hand in sales with the most circulated paper in the Northwest, the Seattle Times/ Post Intelligencer Company. She is now bringing her passion for promotions and her drive for marketing development together in the film industry.

Cisco Ruiz (Member) Producer
Since beginning his career as a post-production supervisor in 2001, Cisco has personally overseen hundreds of theatrical and HD marketing campaigns.  Early in his career, Cisco helped to introduce a new industry standard of “digital over cutting” of projects to replace traditional film work-picture assembly with an all-digital process.  Since then he has been lead post production supervisor on countless marketing campaigns for top tier clients including Warner Brothers, Focus Features, DreamWorks, Paramount, Lions Gate and more.  In 2006 Cisco partnered with Jean Weisshaar to become co-owner and COO of Wiser Post.  Under his guidance, post production services at Wiser Post have expanded to include 4K, 2K and HD in-house online editorial services.  He has also added visual effects, graphics, color correction, sound and creative editorial departments as well as expanding its focus beyond ad-marketing, now including indie feature films.  In 2010 Cisco founded Lockbox Entertainment and partnered with independent writer-director Dave Cole to create the award winning independent feature, The Man That I Was.  In 2012 Cisco made his feature directorial debut with the Amazon Studios award winning movie, I Think My Facebook Friend is Dead.

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