Jason Miller began studying film in his home state of Arkansas, where he quickly established his unique visionary style on the local filmmaking scene with such award-winning projects as "Blood Brothers" and "The Whisperers," the latter of which won the prestigious Best in Arkansas award at the 2015 Little Rock Film Festival. His work has played in film festivals world-wide and can be found on Hulu, Indieflix, and Indiereign.
Film by Rugged (Drama and Sci-Fi) Writer/Director To be accepted by his peers in his poor rural town, a shy teen must take part in a dangerous rite-of-passage: severing and reattaching his forearm.
The Echo Boomers
Film by New Millennial/Seth Savoy, Jason Miller (Action, Crime and Drama) Co-Writer/Creative Producer Five post grads figure the best way to get back at the unfair economy and live the life they've always wanted is to steal from the rich and give to themselves.
Film (short) by Rugged (Drama and Horror) Writer/Director On a quiet night in October 1995, two young brothers, home alone and grounded for fighting, must uncover the source of strange, unintelligible whispers slowly surrounding their family's isolated country home.
Film (short) by Rugged/Savoy Signature (Crime and Drama) Co-Writer/Co-Director A young man returns to his hometown in Arkansas to kidnap the kingpin of the drug operation that ran him and his brother out of town; However, his actions may not bode too well for his brother, who now leads a clean and successful life in Chicago.
Little Rock Film Festival Best Made in Arkansas Film -- "The Whisperers"
University of Central Arkansas