Eva Konstantopoulos is a screenwriter and author from New York. Her novella, Hush, was recently adapted for the screen by Sigma Films (Under the Skin, Starred Up, Citadel) and Thruline Entertainment. Directed by Olaf de Fleur (City State) and starring Celia Imrie, Florence Pugh, and Ben Lloyd-Hughes, it wrapped shooting in Scotland June of 2016 and is currently in post-production. She has developed projects with Lost Rhino Films and Renny Harlin's Midnight Sun Pictures, and her feature screenplay, The Virgin of Poughkeepsie, was awarded Best Screenplay at the Gotham Screen International Film Festival. Previously, her fiction has been published in anthologies and literary journals, and she's received an Equivocality Writer's Travel Scholarship to Thailand for her latest novella, East of Nowhere. Most recently, she was a writers' assistant on Disney Junior's hit show, Sofia the First, where she wrote an episode of the series.