Hilary Weisman Graham is a writer, director, and novelist who recently completed three seasons writing for Bones (Fox). She has also written pilots and TV movies for Lifetime and The Disney Channel and her debut novel, Reunited, was published by Simon & Schuster in 2012. Additionally, Hilary wrote and directed two independent feature films, published numerous magazine essays, and has told stories for the Peabody Award-winning storytelling series The Moth. In 2007, Hilary was a contestant on the Mark Burnett/Steven Spielberg-produced reality show On the Lot: The Search for America’s Next Great Director, where she stayed in the competition until only nine contestants remained, making her the longest-standing female director. Throughout her career, Hilary’s work has received numerous accolades, but her personal favorite was when On the Lot judge Carrie Fisher watched one of Hilary’s short films, looked her in the eye, and said, “I am jealous of your writing.”
After Birth (script available upon request)
An open adoption creates a uniquely blended family when a couple of married white, 30-something hipsters adopt the biological son of a poor, black teenage mom.