Slice of SciFi #349: William Mapother (“Another Earth”)

William Mapother

This week’s guest is actor William Mapother, co-star of the new indie feature Another Earth with Brit Marling. He’s also co-starring alongside Ashley Green and Kellan Lutz in the upcoming feature film A Warrior’s Heart, and in FDR: American Badass with Barry Bostwick and Bruce McGill.

William previously starred as ‘Ethan Rom’ in the popular ABC drama Lost, and film credits include Minority Report, Mission: Impossible II, Robert Towne’s Without Limits, and the award-winning film In the Bedroom.

William is also the founding partner of Slated.com a technology and data company for the film industry, which created Festival Genius, the premier scheduling and ticketing platform used by festivals around the world. He is also the co-founder and current board member of the Flyover Film Festival in Louisville, which recently celebrated its third year.

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