Robbie Mullins is a digital film that I directed in January, 2000 just after graduating from Biola University's film program. Biola provided a budget of $4000 for this to be their annual film that is put together by a crew of students enrolled in a series of production classes. The screenplay by Jamie Alexander was chosen from a dozen other submissions, I was called on to direct because somehow the politics lined up in my favor. We shot on the Canon XL-1, the Sony VX1000 and PD-100, the JVC DV-500, and some slow-motion effects captured on 16mm film using an ARRI SR2-HS camera. Jamie Alexander lead the cast of volunteers chosen from an open casting process. The film took forever to complete, with final music and mixdown finshed in May, 2002. It won the Robert Rodriguez Award of Excellence at the 2003 Hollywood DV Festival, and was official selection in the 2004 Newport Beach Film Festival. Currently the digital rights are represented by John Sloss's Cinetic Digital Rights Management.
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