Harry Kakatsakis is a native New Yorker and son of Academy Award nominated actress and star of Alexander Payne's "Nebraska", June Squibb, and renowned acting teacher, the late Charles Kakatsakis. Early in his career Harry wrote and directed numerous plays that appeared at such theaters and events as The Ensemble Studio Theater, the NYC Fringe Festival and The A Train Plays. He has written and directed many short films including "In My Country", a top finalist in Moveon.org’s “Bush in 30 Seconds” Contest, and “'43 Days”, chronicling a teen runaway’s descent into prostitution. He wrote the feature film "Search & Destroy" for Larry Levinson Productions. His most accomplished project to date is the short film "Admissions," starring James Cromwell, about an Israeli couple and a Palestinian who meet in the entrance way to the afterlife. "Admissions" has won several awards including the jury prize for best short at the Garden State Film Festival and the Woods Hole Film Festival, as well as the Artivist Film Festival's highest honor, the Artivist Spirit Award. His most recent accomplishments include finalist honors in multiple script competitions for his horror feature "Black Nile," and directing the sustainability message short film and film festival selected "What Future." Currently he is developing the web series "Miskatonic West," based on the writings of H.P. Lovecraft and a feature script set to star his mother, June Squibb.