Julian Adams

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Adams on the set of the feature film Phantom

Julian Adams (Julian Calhoun Adams II) is an actor and producer.

He is the son of Weston Adams and Elizabeth Nelson Adams, was born in Columbia, South Carolina, and graduated from The University of the South with a degree in fine arts.[1] He is the brother of Wallace Adams-Riley.

Together Julian and Weston founded Solar Filmworks. In 2007 they produced, wrote, and starred in the feature film, from ThinkFilm, The Last Confederate: The Story of Robert Adams[2] (known as Strike the Tent on the film festival circuit) which is the story of Weston's great grandparents, Robert Adams II, and Eveline McCord Adams.[3]

In 2009, Julian produced the feature music documentary Amy Cook: The Spaces in Between, which was directed by Todd Robinson. It was released by The Documentary Channel.

Julian produced (with John Watson, and Pen Densham) and co-starred in Phantom, from RCR Media Group, Trilogy Entertainment Group and Solar Filmworks. The submarine thriller was written and directed by Todd Robinson, and stars Ed Harris, David Duchovny, and William Fichtner.

He is producing and acting in The Last Full Measure, from Trilogy Entertainment and Solar Filmworks, written and directed by Todd Robinson, and starring Samuel L. Jackson, Ed Harris, William Hurt, and Christopher Plummer.[4] The Last Full Measure tells the story of Air Force PJ William H. Pitsenbarger and the men of Charlie Company in the Battle of Xa Cam My in Vietnam in 1966.

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  1. ^ Nye, Doug (2005-07-15). "Confederate love story finds an audience at N.Y. film festival". Retrieved 2011-07-13. 
  2. ^ Julian Adams (2007). The Last Confederate: The Story of Robert Adams (DVD). ThinkFilm. 
  3. ^ 'The Last Confederate' - MOVIE REVIEW - Los Angeles Times - calendarlive.com
  4. ^ Julian Adams: ZoomInfo Business People Information

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