Markus Müller

Herr Markus Emil Müller

Ruckerlberggasse 10
8010 Graz

mucopic@gmail.com
mucopic@gmail.com
06642423786
http://www.markusemueller.com

Tätigkeiten

Drehbuchautor, Kameramann/Kamerafrau, Kameraverleih, Regie Kurzfilm, Regie Spielfilm, Regie Werbung/Videoclip, Regisseur, Verleih Kameratechnik

Referenzen

• Filmmaker of the Future Award at 20th Flickers’ Rhode Island International Film Festival 2016 for “Tata”
• Audience Award 18th Bayreuther Film Fest “Kontrast” for “Tata”
• Nominated for Best Short Film 18th Festival International du Film D’Aubagne
for “Tata”
• WINNER Best Short 6th Julien Dubuque Int. Film Festival for “Tata”
• Winner – Best Cinematography at New Delhi International Short Film Festival
2016 for “Boat People” directed by Paul Meschuh
• Nomination – Best Cinematography “Boat People” Revolution Me Film
Festival 2016
• Nomination – Best Cinematography at Top Indie Film Awards 2015 for “Land
of Smiles” directed by Bradley Stryker
• Grand Prize Winner at Rhode Island Film Fest Screenplay Competition 2014
for “Tata”
• Royal Reel Award for the movie “Two wasted Lives” directed by John M.
Kennedy
• Nomination - Best Director of Photography for the movie “Knightmares”
directed by Nicholas M. Holmes, Golden Egg Film Fest NYC
• Winner Best un-produced Screenplay “Tata” St. Tropez International Film
Fest 2014

Markus studied filmmaking at Vienna’s SAE Institute for Creative Media Education. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Filmmaking from SAE’s campus in Berlin via the Middlesex University of London. Directly out of school, Markus began working as an Assistant Camera Operator in documentary films. However, this did not entirely satisfy his creative appetite. The photographic aesthetic of motion pictures is “one of the most beautiful and interesting tools in evoking emotion from an audience.” So with the encouragement of his former professors, Markus moved to New York to study Cinematography.

By virtue of his previous years of study, Markus arrived at the New York Film Academy with exemplary skills in visual story-telling and lighting. His talent, focus and dedication stood out to his professors: “Markus has the rare combination of intelligence, extraordinary talent, and vast energy, all of which are necessary to succeed in film production.” – John Russell Foster

Through his various projects, which include: feature films, shorts, commercials, and music videos, Markus continues to develop his own style through unique lighting, framing and camera movement. “I look to the great European painters of the Art Noveau, Romantic and Impressionist movements,” he says of his influences. “For example, the Romantic era embraced an escape from modern realities. Motion pictures should be everything reality can’t be! Anything is possible in cinema.“