Directing, Producing, Editing, Writing & Web
Currently developing feature films and television.
Short films and music videos which have screened in over 70 film festivals worldwide and won numerous first-place awards.
Michael works creatively (Director, Editor, Producer & Writer) and technically (coding, promotions, SFX & post workflow) with teams from 2 to 40.
Everythingis|Film is currently developing a number of feature & television projects:
Get in touch about directing projects.
Brand, Pitch & Crowdfunding
Your video has to rise above the noise. You can’t afford for it not to.
We create home page intro videos, crowdfunding videos, stories, and mini web series, which have raised nearly half a million dollars for companies.
With a team built to your needs, we’ll create a beautiful film with the right messaging, helping you build an overall promotional strategy including cool stunts and cross-platform promotional ideas.
We understand technology: Michael codes, builds websites, and knows what works on the internet. He will appreciate how your company works and help you communicate this to an audience.
Prototype demonstration, fundraising for tech startup.
Get in touch to book a video.
360º video, Immersive and Interactive Experiences
Virtual reality is here, on your phones and in millions of devices.
Technology is available right now to immerse a viewer in another world, create empathy, or attract attention.
Michael brings the technical experience, creative skills, and understanding of the format you need to create these experiences.
Skills of a film director, web programmer, and PR specialist. Michael’s interests are diverse and he works at the intersection of film and technology to deliver experiences. He can connect you to the right insight, resources, and people for your project.
Michael recently project managed a streaming site for the SF Film Society: negotiating contracts, designing the site, consulting on publicity and strategy, and directing supplemental videos.
In another project, Michael targeted a film release to LGBT centers worldwide, kicking off a massively successful publicity campaign that brought the film to hundreds of thousands.
Michael has worked in the studio system of Los Angeles, the indie film scene of New York, and the tech world of San Francisco.
Get in touch to discuss your project.
Filmmaker, artist, and techie in San Francisco, also working in Los Angeles and New York.
Michael’s two short films Lily in the Grinder and Shabbat Dinner, and mini-feature documentary have screened in over 70 film festivals worldwide, winning several first place awards, one becoming an HBO Project Greenlight Finalist.
In 2012 Michael started Nametag Day, a citywide event that distributed nametags to over 15,000 New Yorkers and is launching in San Francisco this year. He coordinated international operations for nonprofit FilmAid International, where he taught and screened film in Kenyan and Haitian refugee camps.
Michael has written about film, tech, and politics for The Guardian and Huffington Post, and has had work covered in The New York Times, TIME Magazine, AM New York, and CBS. He was a visiting scholar at the FAMU Directing Program in Prague, Czech Republic and holds a Bachelor’s degree from Brown University.