Miguel Castillo is a filmmaker with an MFA in Screenwriting from DePaul University. Prior to school, he was as a production manager for Sunrise Seagull Productions, an award-winning company that focused on multicultural media content. As a first generation Chicano, Miguel has developed a passion for writing stories in hopes to be a voice for the Latino community. Miguel's screenplays have placed at Austin Film Fest, Sundance Latino Screenwriting Project, Oaxaca Film Fest and more.
Name: Miguel Castillo
Lives in: Los Angeles, California
Occupation: Director and Screenwriter
Film (short) by Alaric S. Rocha (Horror) Miscellaneous Crew A group of campers with the help of an Aztec priest must fight the Aztec demon Itzpapalotl to save themselves and the world.
Made In Mexico
Film (short) (Comedy) Producer/Writer/Director A coming-of-age comedy about a Pocho's struggle to keep his mom from sending him to Mexico after failing Spanish class.
Finalist - 2016 Sundance Latino Screenwriting Project
DePaul University (Chicago, IL)
California State University: Long Beach (Long Beach, CA)