Martin M. Musatov

Martin M. Musatov

Martin M. Musatov (born 1978 in Minneapolis, Minnesota) is an American screenwriter.

Musatov's debut film will be 2007's "Solstice", which he and his writing partner Ethan Erwin co-wrote, along with "The Blair Witch Project" co-creator and "Solstice" director Daniel Myrick. He is currently adapting the comic book Witchblade into a feature film.

Born and raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Martin earned a degree in screenwriting from Metropolitan State University in St. Paul, Minnesota, where he is currently Community Faculty and serves as an advisory panel member for the College of Arts & Sciences. He lives in Los Angeles.

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