I am a writer, producer, and/or director of no-budget indy shorts, and working in any filmmaking area I can. I am currently working on future projects--several shorts and a feature or two. I graduated from Bethel College in Mishawaka, IN with a...
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I am a writer, producer, and/or director of no-budget indy shorts, and working in any filmmaking area I can. I am currently working on future projects--several shorts and a feature or two. I graduated from Bethel College in Mishawaka, IN with a Liberal Studies Major with concentrations in Writing, Theatre, and Cinematography and a second major in Philosophy. During my time in college, I spent a semester at the Los Angeles Film Studies Center (LAFSC). It has made all the difference!
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Reviews by MikelCulchie 49
A review of Piecesby MikelCulchie on 12/08/2006This is a quality looking short. The production values are high, and time was taken to carefully craft this short, and that's something the filmmakers should be proud of. Few shorts on Trigger Street can claim that kind of attention to lighting, shot composition, and editing pacing. So, on technical side, I am very impressed. What I would like to see improved upon here would... read
A review of The Treeby MikelCulchie on 03/09/2006I liked this project. It's clear that some major time was invested in making this. The look of your film stock was a great choice! It's a simple and yet fun story you chose to tell, and that really works well in the realm of short animation. I did feel that the voices could have used some development. While simple in the approach of not having any real dialogue, the sounds... read
A review of Cliche Manby MikelCulchie on 02/22/2006The basic idea behind this short has some real potential. I just felt it was not delivered in a quality way. The acting could have used a more polished approach. Characterization could have been better. I just don't believe a girl would just tune a guy out the moment he mentioned having imaginary friends as a kid. Most girls would grew cold or distant, but still fain interest,... read