|Cinema Verite: Defining the Moment||2000||Actor||n/a||20007|
|From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series||2014 2013 - 2014||Director||n/a||4|
|Curse of the Blair Witch||Director||n/a||4|
|The Blair Witch Project||1999||Director||n/a||4|
|V/H/S/2||2013||Director||("A Ride in the Park")||4|
|Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2||2000||Executive Producer||n/a||1|
|The Quest||2014 2013 - 2014||Producer||n/a||3|
|The Blair Witch Project||1999||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|The Blair Witch Project||1999||Editor||n/a||1|
|V/H/S/2||2013||Editor||("A Ride in the Park")||1|
|Raised in Maryland|
|Met Daniel Myrick while both were students at the University of Central Florida's film school; worked on the abortive "Fortune" (a film about a witch) with Myrick while there, among other projects|
|"The Blair Witch Project" debuted at a midnight showing at Sundance and received the first festival distribution deal just hours later from Artisan Entertainment which purchased the worldwide rights to the movie, including sequels, for just over $1 millio|
|Worked with Myrick and Gregg Hale on "Black Chapters", a Twilight Zone-style trilogy of short movies|
|Eight-minute trailer for the Myrick-Sanchez brainchild, "The Blair Witch Project", shown on "Split Screen", indie guru John Pierson's Independednt Film Channel program; at that time presented as fact, not fiction; also provided another "Blair Witch" segme|
|In concert with the widespread release of the picture, the Sci-fi Channel broadcast "The Curse of the Blair Witch", a mock TV documentary originally intended to frame the "found" footage as part of the feature film; rejected from the final cut (but not ab|
|With Myrick and fellow University of Central Florida film school alumni Hale, Mike Monello and Robin Cowie founded Haxan (from the 1920s Swedish documentary "Haxan: Witchcraft Through the Ages"), a company which initially made ads and industrial films|
|Worked for two years at Enterprise Network Solutions (ENSOL) in Rockville, Maryland where he became a highly accomplished graphics and web designer; responsible for the Blair Witch website (www.blairwitch.com)|
|Made a VHS feature at the age of 19|
|Stefanie DeCassan||Companion||born c. 1968; became engaged in 1999 after long relationship|
|University of Central Florida|
|"We've had our little successes and our big failures, but this ("Blair Witch") is the first film that's been sold. And it was a complete experiment.
"We wanted to go after ultimate realism, so we just gave the actors an outline and let them improv. We decided, all right, we're shooting this thing in real-time format, eight straight days in the woods. Let's set it up so we don't have to interact with the actors and just see what happens. Daniel and I would go home and sleep occasionally, but we were actually making the film 24 hours a day--we'd wake up at three in the morning, walk out in the woods and scare the hell out of them." --Eduardo Sanchez to Michael Atkinson in MOVIELINE, July 1999
|In response to Jan De Bont harrumphing, "I kind of feel sorry for the directors who did 'The Blair Witch Project'. Where do they go from here?": "He's got a point. Although I don't know if he should feel sorry. You know, what filmmaker in the world wouldn't trade positions with us? Especially him. They spent a lot of money on 'The Haunting' [De Bont's pic slaughtered by "Blair Witch"] and I don't think he had an idea of how to scare people at all. But, sure, we know the only way is down." --Sanchez quoted in EMPIRE, November 1999|
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