Michelle Muldoon is an award-winning writer born in Scotland, and raised in Canada. Michelle instantly fell in love with Vancouver the moment she arrived and now calls the West Coast city home.
Michelle won her first screenplay award for Best Drama Screenplay at the 2008 Action on Film (AOF) International Film Festival and since then, has had success at festivals across North America.
In 2008 Michelle caught the film production bug with a submission to the Broad Humor Film Festival Legacy Challenge. Since then, she’s written/produced and directed several projects which have received festival nominations and awards. Her first music video collaboration with singer/songwriter The Land of Deborah (Pocket of Heaven) aired on NBC, Channel 4, in Los Angeles (2011).
Michelle's feature film credits include: second assistant director on Stan Harrington’s film Small Days, associate producer on Del Weston’s film, Sunny and RayRay and co-producer on Puppet Killer.
Michelle received the Women of Film Award at the 2009 Action on Film (AOF) International Film Festival in California, the Keith Provost Award at The Vancouver-based Cold Reading Series in 2012, and was elected to the Board of Directors of Women in Film and Television Vancouver (WIFTV) in June of 2014.
Michelle Muldoon is the creator and producer of the Vancouver International Women in Film Festival Screenplay Competition, and the Writers Room, an alumni writing event and community associated with the Action on Film (AOF) International Film Festival.
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Film (Horror) Producer It's about a puppet killer
Film (Short and Action) Producer An exhausted female professional deals with an early morning distraction in her own unique way.
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Film (Short and Comedy) Miscellaneous Crew A couples marriage finally ruptures after finding a burglar in their own home who they both believe to be each others lover.
Film (Short, Drama, History and Thriller) Miscellaneous Crew A medieval woman snatches her seemingly alive husband from his unjust grave only to be plagued by something far worse than death itself..
Sunny and RayRay
Film (Drama and Romance) Producer After losing contact with and the financial support of her sexually abusive father, Sunny begins to unravel just as she meets a man with whom she believes she can build a new life.
Film (Short and Comedy) Miscellaneous Crew Two women, fueled by an afternoon of wine and tequila, decide that getting tattoos is the solution to breaking free from their very different, but equally unsatisfying lives. Danger strikes when their new tattoos attract the attention of a violent gang, and they are forced into a frenzy of damage control. Written by Anonymous
Film (Short and Drama) Producer Two women have a clandestine meeting on a quiet rooftop, late one night.
The Ties That Remain
Film (Short and Drama) Miscellaneous Crew John is a pharmaceutical sales rep struggling to balance work and family life. One day he encounters Rose, an ailing elderly lady seeking closure. As they share a prolonged ride and Rose reminisces, John's view of his own world begins to shift and they both realize that life's gifts can come at any time. Written by Anonymous
Hack to the Future
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Film (Short and Comedy) Producer Gail is a mother clinging to her psychedelic past where love beads were cool, peasant blouses were high fashion and pot was the recreation of choice. Some things in her house haven't changed. Her daughter, Talia, is a little more conservative, yet loves her mother immensely. Talia's marrying Jason, a man significantly more conservative than his mother-in-law-to-be. A police officer with a romantic streak, he's about to become a member of a family he, surprisingly, knows little about. While Jason and Talia share their thoughts about the wedding over lunch, Gail is holding a quilting party of another sort. With her friends Cathy, and mother/daughter Irene and Heather, she's decided to make her daughter's wedding present. The four women spend the afternoon quilting, chatting and unwinding with a little help from Gail's magical wooden box. As two conversations in two different locations meld into one, a rehearsal dinner restaurant is found and a quilt, with a unique design, is finished. ... Written by M. Muldoon