Samuel Charles Rafuse

Samuel Charles Rafuse is a screenwriter and story editor / psychology major and philosophy minor.

He is a graduate of Vancouver Film School’s Writing Program, specializing in story writing and editing for film and television.

He works as a freelance journalist and for-hire story editor. He worked for Integral Artists in Vancouver providing script coverage and story editing notes.

He is the Vice President of Usask Chapter, a non-profit mental health awareness organization. He is also an Executive Member of the Saskatoon Psychology Students Society where he teaches statistics study sessions and manages the SPSS newsletter.

He has produced and directed short films and commercials and mostly focuses on writing for film. In the past he has worked as a video editor.

His hobbies include photography/videography, music, and cooking.


Work Samples:

Film & Television Writing:

Story Editing Reader’s Report

Original PilotĀ (Sample)

Girls (HBO) Spec Script

Modern Family (ABC) Spec Script

Journalism Writing:

Sexual Assault Awareness is the First Step to Change

Taylor Swift Takes One Small Step for Feminism

The Softie’s Guide to Halloween Movies

Cosby Allegations Put an Ugly Face on Victim Blaming

Progress Still Needed for Bond Franchise

Saskatoon Shares Love of Vinyl at Record Fair

Animated Series White Ninja Has Roots in The Sheaf

Go Ahead, Blow Off Class

Student Mental Health Suffers from Silence

Student Loans Prove a Tough Reality to Navigate

A Chance to Speak Shines Light on Homelessness at U of S Screening

Louis’ is Still the Place to be at U of S

Greystone Theatre Starting Out Strong with an Imaginative Comedy

“Craig the Movie Guy” Talks Average Beginnings at U of S