Evan Glodell

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Evan Glodell
Born
Baraboo, Wisconsin, United States
OccupationFilm director, film producer, screenwriter, actor

Evan Glodell is an American feature film director, producer, writer, and actor, best known for directing the indie microbudget film Bellflower.

Early life[edit]

Glodell was born in Baraboo, Wisconsin and briefly attended the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee before dropping out to pursue a career in filmmaking.[1]

Career[edit]

Prior to the release of Bellflower, Glodell directed, wrote and starred in the show Boss of the Glory that aired on Stim-TV network.[2] He also directed the 2009 music video Let Me Up by Cursive.[3]

Glodell is a member of Coatwolf Productions, a collaborative group of actors and filmmakers.[4]

Other work[edit]

Glodell designed a camera known as the Coatwolf Model II, which was used to film Bellflower. The Coatwolf Model II is a modified SI-2K Digital Cinema camera with a 4x5 imaging plane.[5]

During the production of Bellflower, Glodell built several prototypes of the flamethrower that is central to the plot of Bellflower. Glodell also worked alongside co-producer and gaffer Paul Edwardson to make custom modifications to two key vehicles that appear in the film, "Medusa" and "Speed Biscuit".[6]

Personal life[edit]

Glodell was previously in a relationship with actress Olivia Taylor Dudley.[7]

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Type Credited as
Director Producer Writer Editor Actor
2011 Bellflower Feature Film Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
TBA Chuck Hank and the San Diego Twins Feature Film No Yes No No Yes
TBA Canary Feature Film Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hey, Watch It! Baraboo's Evan Glodell fires up filmmaking career with 'Bellflower'". Madison.com. October 26, 2011.
  2. ^ http://www.stimtv.com/
  3. ^ "Oscilloscope.net". Oscilloscope.net. 2011-09-06. Retrieved 2013-06-19.
  4. ^ "Coatwolf Productions". Coatwolf.com. Retrieved 2013-06-19.
  5. ^ Pavlus, John (2011-07-28). "The Secret Sauce Behind Bellflower, A Buzzy Indie Film? Handmade Cameras". Fast Company. Retrieved 5 March 2019.
  6. ^ "Evan Glodell BELLFLOWER Interview | Collider | Page 107511". Collider. Retrieved 2019-03-05.
  7. ^ "The Mad Scientist: How The Visionary 'Bellflower' Director is Risking All At Cannes After Six Years of Hollywood Battles". Indiewire. May 17, 2017.

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