Novelist and FilmmakerVivian Schilling has been an important talent to Hannover House over the years, with projects spanning a wide range of categories. Schilling’s two novels, “QUIETUS” and “SACRED PREY” received high critical acclaim and remain top sellers for the Company. In 2010, she was a guest speaker at the National Archives in Washington, D.C., where they hosted a screening of "AMBROSE BIERCE: CIVIL WAR STORIES" featuring Schilling as period-novelist Gertrude Atherson. Vivian recently completed the English adaptation of "TOYS IN THE ATTIC" as writer, producer and director of this critically praised title that enjoyed nationwide theatrical exposure through Hannover House. In addition to providing the voice of Buttercup in "TOYS IN THE ATTIC," Schilling also directed the notable voice talent in the film, including Academy Award winner Forest Whitaker along with Joan Cusack and Cary Elwes. Schilling has won numerous film and literary awards during her career, including the Diamond Dove Award (Dove Foundation award for sales of more than 1-million units of Dove-Approved titles), the Blockbuster Video Rising Star Award and the first ever "Best Genre Video" Saturn Award (from the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films) in 1992 for her first feature-length film, "Soultaker."
Above: Schilling was the featured speaker at the National Archive's Experience presentation of "Civil War Stories" in December, 2010 in Washington, D.C.
Above: Schilling introduces "Toys in the Attic" at a special screening for
Below: T2 Superstar Arnold Schwarzenegger celebrates his Saturn Award win alongside "Soultaker" writer, producer and star Vivian Schilling, Saturn Award winner in 1992 for the "Best Genre Video."
Below: Schilling in the studio with Forest Whitaker