Charles Mulford has been producing content in Austin, TX since 2004. Beginning with short films, and music videos, Charles produced his first feature film ("stoner") in 2008. He then cut his teeth production managing films, including Spike Jonze’s film for Arcade Fire, "Scenes From the Suburbs," and "Houston" which premiered at Sundance. Following that, he produced Alex Johnson’s slow-burn Texas thriller "Two Step," and Steven DeGennaro’s meta-horror film "Found Footage 3D," both released to wide critical acclaim. Last year, Charles produced a virtual reality film directed by Robert Rodriguez entitled "The Limit." These days, Charles mostly works as a producer and director on commercials and branded content in traditional video, and virtual reality. Charles' most recent venture into the world of branded content is a short piece for Yeti Coolers, coming out in April.
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