Douglas Mueller is a director of narrative and
documentary films. His first feature Repatriation is in the final
stages of post-production and features a solid cast an ensemble
film. His visual style can be seen in Prairie Love (Sundance '11,
Film Movement Distr.), where he storyboarded and production designed
the frigid, almost-fantasy world; or his award winning short film
(Periphery Project LLC, Distr.) set in the
dusty isolation of the desert.
Doug's first feature documentary is a part of
the Fiscal Sponsorship at the
San Francisco Film Society,
documenting the historic Carmel Mission Basilica restoration.
In 2011 his short 16mm experimental documentary about a baroque
premiered at the Academy Accredited, Nashville Film Festival- his
short documentary Dan, Tom and Ray- a silent film about family
excavation project- screened at a number film festivals for children
in California and the mid-west.
Doug actively produces commercial works and internet films- he and
his wife were $1,000 winners of the Trend Micro video contest.
Mueller was Production Designer for the 2010 thriller
distributed by Maverick Entertainment Group.
Studying for his BA in film at CSUMB, he developed a documentary The
BBC; 2002, which won the '2003 Edgar Kennedy Award for Arts,
Culture, Humanities, Performance Event under the Volunteer/Student
Category' as well as 'Monterey's Best Freedom of Expression under
the Volunteer/Student Category.'