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Jonathan Moeller 

Writer/Director/Editor/Teacher

 

Chicago, Illinois

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LATE FEE

Director - 7:44

On the closing night of a video store, an imaginative employee tries to romantically connect with a customer before her boss ruins everything.

This was a film that I directed as part of the Practicum Program at Columbia College Chicago.  It stars Shelley Nixon, Guy Wicke, and Matt Katzenmeier.  It was opportunity to work with a talented cast and direct a full production on a sound stage.

THE FUNNY SIDE OF A STROKE

USE YOUR OUI OUI

Writer, Director, Editor - 11:57

An out-of-place romantic creates a French imaginary friend to help him defeat the school bully and win the heart of his middle school crush.

This was my thesis film for the Writing/Directing Grad Program at Columbia College Chicago.  I was able to collaborate with a super talented crew while working with a great cast of young actors.  

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FESTIVALS:

Atlanta Shorts Film Festival

Cinema on the Bayou Film Festival

**Winner - Emerging Cinematographer, Int'l Cinematographer's Guild

Director, Additional Cinematography - 12:15

A dude had a stroke, and then wrote a musical about it. This is the documentary about the musical.

Working with Ted Waltmire of The Mighty Ted was an awesome experience. This was an opportunity to make a film that is wacky, emotional, insightful, and helpful all in one.  

FESTIVALS:

Laugh or Die Comedy Film Festival

Blue Whiskey Independent Film Festival

HELDEN THE HELPFUL

Writer, Director, Editor - 9:31

A dude had a stroke, and then wrote a musical about it. This is the documentary about the musical.

Working with Ted Waltmire of The Mighty Ted was an awesome experience. This was an opportunity to make a film that is wacky, emotional, insightful, and helpful all in one.  

THE BAC OFFICE

Writer, Director, Editor - 2:15, 3:22

This was a two-part fundraising series that I was commissioned to create for the Beverly Arts Center's annual Gala event.  It was a great opportunity to work with a small team of artists and staff members in order to execute a concept that would entertain and entice an audience to donate to a good cause!