Joseph D. Wulczynski

Joseph D. Wulczynski was born and raised in Southern California with a passion for movies. In 1980, he enlisted in the U.S. Army and served for 22 years. During his tour, he was able to join the base theater groups and participate in numerous productions. He retired from the Army in 2002 and soon began making short videos for various competitions. He wrote and directed a play in 2012 and won an award for his direction of “Harvey”. In 2012 he was asked to join InToDeep Productions’ “Snapped”. He worked on the productions of “Snapped”, “Fire Worms”, and “Rum Runners”. During those productions he performed numerous duties to include; sound, stunts, actor, AD, and Producer. He is a founding board member of Chewelah PACA which opened the Chewelah Center for the Arts in 2017. He and Bill Nelson’s Chataqua Film Festival was the first event held in the new center.


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