Director Biography – Amber Rose McNeill (NORMAL PORN FOR NORMAL PEOPLE)

Amber Rose McNeill is an Australian filmmaker currently based in Wisconsin. She earned her Associate of Science in Film Production at the Los Angeles Film School in 2018, graduating with highest honors. Shortly after graduating she started her own production company in Los Angeles, working primarily as a script editor and consulting producer. Amber’s films… Continue reading Director Biography – Amber Rose McNeill (NORMAL PORN FOR NORMAL PEOPLE)

Director Biography – Fabio Soares (BITCH, POPCORN & BLOOD)

Art Director educated at the Applied Arts in the first place, Fabio Soares revealed hisself in advertising during 10 years, through collaborations with international brands as: Orange, Samsung, Johnnie Walker, Cannes Festival, LG, iDTGV, SFR… Nowadays Writer/Director, his second movie “Bitch, Popcorn & Blood” has been selected more than 110 times in festivals all around… Continue reading Director Biography – Fabio Soares (BITCH, POPCORN & BLOOD)

Director Biography – Cameron Currin (KUSHKATA)

Cameron Currin is an up and coming self taught Director, Cinematographer, Writer and Editor. His first short film “Kushtaka” was filmed in Kodiak AK, but he has worked on other productions including several Youtube channels, a locally broadcasted television crime series, and more. He is an active duty member of the United States Coast Guard,… Continue reading Director Biography – Cameron Currin (KUSHKATA)

Director Biography – Francis Galluppi (HIGH DESERT HELL)

Francis Galluppi is a filmmaker with a dark, unsettling tone that runs through most of his work. At a very early age, he would remake scenes from his favorite films using In-camera editing. He later began playing drums in a punk band, and developed a strong “do it yourself” mentality. With that mindset, he is… Continue reading Director Biography – Francis Galluppi (HIGH DESERT HELL)

Director Biography – Romén Rivero (NIGHT OWLS)

Romén Rivero was born in Gran Canaria, one of Spain’s Canary Islands, in 1979. Without specific studies in cinema, he read filmmaking books and watched dvd’s special features as his only “film school”. Romén is passionate about fantastic and horror genre since his childhood and has written, produced and directed three indie shorts related to… Continue reading Director Biography – Romén Rivero (NIGHT OWLS)

Director Biography – Bessy Adut (THE ESCAPE ROOM)

Bessy is a film director, producer and screenwriter resides Los Angeles, California. She holds an MFA in Film Directing from CalArts as a Fulbright Scholar and a BA in Film & Television from Istanbul Bilgi University. Most recently she graduated from UCLA Professional Screenwriting program developing two feature screenplays. She has a passion for satirical… Continue reading Director Biography – Bessy Adut (THE ESCAPE ROOM)

Director Biography – Christopher Kadima (THE DUMPSTER ROOM)

Born and raised in France, Christopher Kadima moved to the United State at 20 years old on a basketball scholarship. After a foot injury, he ended his basketball career and started to study film at the Brooklyn College Film Program in New York. Prior The Dumpster Room, he directed two short films, Demoniac, and Before… Continue reading Director Biography – Christopher Kadima (THE DUMPSTER ROOM)

Director Biography – Gabriel Galand (I’M SORRY)

Gabriel Galand is an award-winning writer/director from France with experience in commercial and narrative filmmaking in various countries, including the United Kingdom, South Korea, Switzerland and now Canada. Coming from a background of cinematography, Gabriel’s films mix different genres with cross cultural issues such as death, dealing with loss and other social subjects. After more… Continue reading Director Biography – Gabriel Galand (I’M SORRY)

Director BIO: Matt Burkett ({APOLLYON})

Director Biography – Matt Burkett Quitting his job of 13 years, Matt Burkett went back to school to finish his degree in film editing. He currently freelances as a video editor, visual effects artist, and content creator—responsible for the online show, “MONSTROSITIES,” which covers all areas of “tokusatsu” (Japanese sci-fi & fantasy films/TV).