Seth Savoy came Center Stage with Mark Gordon to talk about his award-winning feature film ECHO BOOMERS. The film follows five college graduates, disillusioned Millennials, who feel frustrated by college debt and an unfair economy lash out seek revenge and riches from Chicago’s well-healed.

Seth Savoy is a Cajun American film director and screenwriter from Little Rock, Arkansas. He studied filmmaking at Columbia College Chicago. There he made multiple award-winning short films that screened at more than 65 film festivals around the world. In 2015, Seth took his script “The Echo Boomers” to the Sundance Film Festival and won an independent pitch competition that caught the industry’s attention. Five years later, he directed “Echo Boomers” with two academy nominees, Michael Shannon and Lesley Ann Warren, and established his niche of fun and flashy filmmaking with strong political commentary.