Katherine is an independent filmmaker who has recently completed the pilot presentation of "The New Adult" web series. She received a BFA in Filmmaking from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. For over seven years, she has worked on a variety of productions, which includes serving as a DP on independent music videos, AC work on independent features, assistant production coordinating, and editing. As a well-rounded filmmaker, her energy is now focused on pursuing her passion, which has always been creating content. With the skills and knowledge to back it up, she is ready to bring new ideas to her audience.
Name: Katherine Murray-Satchell
Lives in: Los Angeles, California
Occupation: Director, Director of Photography and Screenwriter
End of the Road
Film (short) by J. Spencer (Action, Fantasy, Horror, Sci-Fi and 1 More) Grip/Electric (Swing) Betsy, a small-town waitress, offers a warm meal to an enigmatic drifter in a rundown diner. Little does she know she's let a vicious and calculative werewolf loose on the diner's colorful population.
Film (short) by Thomas Fraser (Comedy) Producer
The New Adult
Television by Katherine Murray-Satchell (Comedy) Producer, Writer, Director After getting kicked out of her parents' home, 32 year-old Amber is forced to learn how to live her own. This is gonna be rough.
Television (Drama) Assistant Production Supervisor Blue is a mother with a secret life. She'll do anything to keep it from her son. But her past has other plans.
Television by Eric S. Rollman (Family) Assistant Camera
The Ultimate Life
Film by Michael Landon Jr. (Drama and Romance) 1st AC (B Camera) Jason Stevens survived the journey his grandfather Red Stevens sent him through for "the Ultimate Gift". Now...That gift which includes managing a Billion dollar foundation is being challenged by his own family. In a courtroom battle...his assets are seized...his love interest with Alexia gets complicated...Jason could lose it all...He is now on a quest to discover what it truly means to fulfill his destiny...And Live. Written by Anonymous
Time Travelers (Through That Inconstant Continuum)
Film (short) by Jennifer Sharp (Comedy and Mystery) Cinematographer Time Travelers is a short film about two women on a mission to prove that time does not exist.
Mannie Man Up
Film (short) by Denton Adams (Comedy and Drama) Cinematographer Mannie thought he was a man... until he learned he would be a father. And now, being an out-of-work actor in Los Angeles just became the second most important thing in his life; the first, is figuring out how he's going to manage being responsible for another person Written by Anonymous
Film (short) by Tiffany McMichael Cinematographer Competitive Bingo players Rick and Betty face off at their weekly community bingo game.
Film by Adam Sherman (Drama) Camera PA A young man named Victor realizes the shortcomings of the Utopian ideals on the hippie commune where he was raised. Victor's mother is funding the commune where the guru Insley hypnotizes and seduces women with a technique he calls "running." Insley manipulates the minds of these women so that they give him their bodies and all their worldly possessions. Victor's childhood love, Becky, returns to take care of her deathly ill father. Victor, haunted by visions of Becky's death, is desperate to save her and himself by escaping from the polygamous cult. Preoccupied with Insley's free love philosophy, the adults of the community overlook the painful reality that the self destructive behavior of their children is most certainly due to early exposure to sex and drugs. To afford an escape, Victor tries to sell weed but is cut out by rivals competing for Becky's affection. Finally, Victor is torn between getting money from his mother who is entirely under Insley's influence, dealing with the ... Written by Strand Releasing
Door to Door
Film (short) by Tiffany McMichael (Drama) Cinematographer, Producer, Writer Distraught over her deadbeat boyfriend, Lisa decides to end it all, but not before Sir and his assistant Dante offer her everything she's ever wanted. Will their attractive pitch convince her to take the deal with several strings attached?
TV Movie by Alex Melli (Mystery) Camera Operator
Television (Reality-TV) Assistant Camera
Film by Matthew Garrett (Drama) Grip/Electric A horror anthology with three stories connected by the thread of alienation and confusion within the seemingly ideal backdrop of suburban America.
Film (short) by Robert X. Golphin (Crime, Drama and Thriller) Cinematographer A privileged teen resorts to drastic measures after suspecting that his girlfriend and his brother are more than just friends.
Television (Reality-TV) Technical Coordinator
Dog Days of Summer
Film by Mark Freiburger (Drama) 2nd Assistant Camera As Phil Walden wanders the streets of his deserted hometown, the memories of a fateful childhood summer return. The summer he grew up. The summer that turned this once idyllic paradise upside down. The summer the stranger came to town. This stranger doesn't beg for change, peddle ointments or speak soothe, Eli Cottonmouth builds models - enchanting models, and this sleepy southern town will be the perfect subject. His charm bewitches the townsfolk. His intentions concern the town fathers. And his secrecy captivates two curious boys. As Eli works to re-create the true essence of the community, the boys act as his eyes and ears. Armed with his ancient camera, they snap vignettes of small town life. But, shot-by-shot, Eli changes the way they look at the town. Childish wonderment turns to despair as the boys' eyes open to the true nature of the world around them. That understanding, and Eli's hidden purpose, threaten the existence of the entire town. Written by Anonymous
The Foot Fist Way
Film by Jody Hill (Comedy) 2nd Assistant Camera Small town Tae Kwon Do instructor Fred Simmons relishes the power that comes from being the king of a small kingdom. A former champion, Mr. Simmons fancies himself one in the same as his hero, Chuck "The Truck" Wallace, a B-movie Martial Arts film star. Mr. Simmons openly boasts about his self-proclaimed status as "king of the demo" [Tae Kwon Do demonstration], even though he can't nail one to save his life. His only vulnerability lies in his adoration of his wife Suzie - a weakness that comes bubbling to the surface when Mr. Simmons discovers Suzie has cheated on him with her new boss. When Suzie leaves him, Mr. Simmons finds himself slipping into a crushing downward spiral. He struggles to keep "the power" by abusing anyone who challenges him. After losing students and making a fool out of himself, he finds allies in Julio Chavez, his nine-year-old apprentice, and Henry Harrison, one of his students with an "obvious confidence problem." When his bizarre best friend Mike McAllister ... Written by Anonymous
Film (short) by R. Keith Harris (Drama) Gaffer
University of North Carolina School of the Arts (Winston-Salem, NC)