- Alan Taylor
Alan is a prolific television and film director, producer, and screenwriter, known for his work on TV shows such as Lost, The West Wing, Six Feet Under, Sex and the City, The Sopranos, Game of Thrones, Boardwalk Empire, Deadwood and Mad Men. His film work includes Palookaville, Marvel’s Thor: The Dark World and Terminator: Genisys. Alan is currently in production for season 7 of Game of Thrones.REEL REQUEST: Alan Taylor
- Anthony Leonardi
Anthony is a fourth-generation filmmaker who got his start in the business as a concept artist and sequence designer for directors such as Gore Verbinski, Francis Lawrence, and Jon Favreau. He has designed for films such as Kong:Skull Island, The Jungle Book, Game of Thrones, Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, 47 Ronin, The Lone Ranger, Rango, and Pirates of the Caribbean. Through his work as an artist, he has cultivated a directing style that is highly visual yet grounded and real. Anthony was also a participant in Warner Bros. exclusive New Filmmakers Program. Since then, he has directed major campaigns for global brands such as Audi, Coca-Cola, Mountain Dew, Harley-Davidson, and Pizza Hut. He is currently slated to direct a feature film in China with the Russo Brothers as Executive ProducersREEL REQUEST: Anthony Leonardi
- Ari Sandel
Ari started his career creating and hosting the comedic TV segment The Traveler for the FX Channel's The X Show. He’s also one of a select few directors to win an Oscar for a comedy with his West Bank Story, a West Side Story parody set within the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Ari directed the documentary Vince Vaughn’s Wild West Comedy Show, and his feature directorial debut The Duff was released on February 20th, 2015. He is slated to direct the live-action adaptation of Monster High.REEL REQUEST: Ari Sandel
- Dan Gilroy
Dan is one of the most sought after storytellers in Hollywood with writing credits on countless studio films including Chasers, Two for the Money, The Fall, Real Steel, The Bourne Legacy and Kong: Skull Island. Dan directed the crime thriller Nightcrawler, which received critical acclaim and placed Dan on Variety’s “Ten Directors to Watch” list for 2015. His screenplay for the film was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay. He is set to write for the upcoming comic strip adventure The Annihilator. His next directorial project, Inner City, will star Denzel Washington.REEL REQUEST: Dan Gilroy
- Diego Contreras
Diego's career was launched when his breakthrough film “Islands” nabbed a Vimeo Staff Pick in 2013. In just three years, Diego’s career has been on the rise directing rich and captivating films for clients such as Lincoln, Motorola, Stoli, and Google, in collaboration with such respected agencies as BBDO, Anomaly, and CP&B. From engaging fictitious narratives to documentary films that capture the exciting reach of human discovery, Diego’s filmmaking voice is original and striking. His still portraits on Instagram have a growing audience and strike at the heart of human experience in locations around the globe. Before joining the director roster at Bullitt, Diego was an agency Art Director and Associate Creative Director.REEL REQUEST: Diego Contreras
- Jaume Collet-Serra
Jaume’s surreal and provocative work on film caught the eye of producer Joel Silver, who hired him to direct House of Wax in 2005. In 2007 his love for soccer took him back to his native Spain to shoot Goal II: Living the Dream. In 2009 he opened Orphan to critical and financial success leading into a trifecta of films with Liam Neeson (Unknown, Non-Stop, and Run All Night).REEL REQUEST: Jaume Collet-Serra
- John Lee Hancock
John is a screenwriter, director, and producer. He wrote A Perfect World and Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil before breaking out as a director with the sports drama The Rookie, which was a success both critically and commercially. John then directed Sandra Bullock for her Academy Award-winning turn The Blind Side, picking up a nomination for Best Picture as well, then co-wrote the upcoming musical film The Goree Girls and re-teamed with Disney for Saving Mr. Banks starring Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson as Walt Disney and P.L. Travers, the writer of Marry Poppins. His latest film, The Founder, is about Ray Kroc, the founder of McDonald’s and stars Michael Keaton, Laura Dern, Nick Offerman, and John Carroll Lynch.REEL REQUEST: John Lee Hancock
- Josh Greenbaum
Josh is the Emmy-nominated filmmaker behind Hulu’s Original Series “Behind The Mask,” a guest director of TV pilots and episodic comedy for various networks, as well as helming the critically acclaimed feature documentary “The Short Game.” In addition to his work in long form and episodic storytelling, Josh has directed ad campaigns for Burger King, ATT, Omaze, MGM, Carhartt, water.org, The Clinton Foundation, among others. His Burger King "Whopper Sign" campaign has won three Bronze Cannes Lions in Outdoor, Media, and Promo & Activation along with a Bronze CLIO in Social Media. He has several narrative features in development at major studios as well as several TV shows in development.REEL REQUEST: Josh Greenbaum
- Justin Lin
Justin's feature films have grossed over $2 billion worldwide, placing him in a very select group of filmmakers. His solo directorial debut, the critically acclaimed Better Luck Tomorrow premiered at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival where it garnered a nomination for the Grand Jury Prize. He then took over Universal’s Fast & Furious franchise, directing The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift in 2006, Fast & Furious in 2009, the wildly successful Fast Five in 2011, and Fast & Furious 6 in 2013. Justin recently partnered with Google and YouTube to form the YOMYOMF channel to provide a new outlet for creative filmmakers. His latest work includes season two of True Detective for HBO and Star Trek: Beyond. He is also currently developing and producing several new film and television projects for Universal Pictures, UTV, WGN, CBS, FOX, and Warner Brothers.REEL REQUEST: Justin Lin
- Larry Charles
Larry is an award-winning writer, director, and producer whose feature directing credits include Borat, Religulous, Brüno, and the The Dictator. As a writer on Seinfeld, he became known for many of the popular show’s most absurd storylines. He also lent his darkly comic perspective as a director on Curb Your Enthusiasm. In the advertising realm Charles is known for directing commercial campaigns for Corona and Pringles, among others. Charles’ new film, Army of One, based on the true story of an American Construction worker who travels to Pakistan with only a sword to hunt down Osama Bin Ladin, releases later this year and stars Nicolas Cage, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Rainn Wilson, and Russell Brand.REEL REQUEST: Larry Charles
- Loni Peristere
Loni is an award-winning director who has helmed numerous campaigns for top brands such as PlayStation, Audi, Jeep, ESPN, Budweiser, Adidas and Mini Cooper, which have earned a London International Film Festival Award, a Golden Pencil, a BDA, and several CLIOs. Loni directed the series finale for Robert Kirkman’s new series Outcast; he is Co-Executive Producer and Director on the hit Cinemax series Banshee, and a director for the award-winning FX series American Horror Story. He is the Co-Founder of acclaimed visual effects company Zoic Studios.REEL REQUEST: Loni Peristere
- Louis Leterrier
Louis, one of the first of the current wave of French directors working in Hollywood, smashed onto the international scene with the breakout hits The Transporter, Transporter 2, and Unleashed for producer Luc Besson. He made his big-budget American debut with The Incredible Hulk for Marvel, then directed the remake of the cult classic Clash of the Titans and the breakout international hit Now You See Me. Louis is currently in post-production on the highly-anticipated spy comedy film Grimsby, written by and starring Sacha Baron Cohen, which is set for release in the summer of 2015.REEL REQUEST: Louis Leterrier
- Matt Ogens
Matt is an award-winning filmmaker and commercial director, known for an evocative visual aesthetic where image and narrative are intertwined. Ogens got his start directing long form docu-series for networks including MTV, VH1, CBS, and CNN, and earned three Emmy nominations for his work for ESPN. His feature documentary “Confessions of a Superhero” debuted at SXSW to critical acclaim and was picked up for distribution by Morgan Spurlock’s documentary label. Ogens segued into commercials, working with top agencies and brands and racking up awards from The One Show, Clio, SXSW Interactive, and ADC for his “Screw*d” interactive campaign for Craftsman. He continues to work across both commercials and long form entertainment, recently directing “From Harlem with Love” for ESPN’s Emmy-winning “30 for 30” series, as well as his second feature documentary “Meet the Hitlers,” which explores the impact of names on personal identity. His latest commercial projects include “This World” for Ford via Team Detroit and “Every Mile Matters” for Mitsubishi via 180LA. He is currently in post production on his first narrative feature film, NORTH.REEL REQUEST: Matt Ogens
- Mouse McCoy
Mouse McCoy first made his mark as a world-class racer and stunt man. He applied his experience as a Baja 1000 champion to developing the critically acclaimed documentary Dust to Glory. The film captures the struggles and triumphs of his epic solo journey on a motorcycle in the grueling event. Released theatrically, the film generated massive interest in Baja 1000, reputed to be the most dangerous race in the world.
This life lived in action and adventure also fueled the development of Bandito Brothers, a studio and production outfit founded by McCoy that cornered the market on the art and technology of motion and mobility for nearly a decade. Among the studio’s noted projects was McCoy’s first feature, Act of Valor a first of its kind collaboration with Navy SEALs that opened number one at the Box Office and earned 10 times its budget. Featuring real active duty Navy SEALs, this project inspired McCoy to keep refining the authentic approach to action filmmaking.REEL REQUEST: Mouse McCoy
- Nicolas Randall
Nicolas is a British, Los Angeles based director and creative director.
A graduate of London’s Royal College of Art, Nicolas initially trained as an interior designer and worked in production design for film and TV before moving on to work as as an art director and creative director within the advertising industry.
Nicolas started his directing career in music video and documentary creating projects such as the MTV produced music documentary, Made In Queens which toured many international festivals.
More recently Nicolas’s music video’s have gained very healthy media attention. His latest for LA band Midnight to Monaco was voted as one of the top narrative music videos of 2016 by the UK based publication, Promo News, whilst his urban cowboy themed adventure for Canadian dance music legend A-Trak, features a stand-out performance from Adam Bartley, better known as “The Ferg” from the Netflix series, Longmire.
Noted for his striking production design, color palettes and distinct photographic quality he brings to each frame of his projects, Nicolas is a uniquely collaborative director with a strong understanding of the creative advertising process, he effortlessly helps make both clients and agencies feel very comfortable.
Nicolas has worked regularly in the UK, USA and Australia, for many global brands, including Infiniti, LYFT, Canon, McDonalds, IKEA, Cadburys, MTV and the BBC.
He has recently worked with agencies such as Crispin Porter + Bogusky, 72 & Sunny, Dentsu, Sid lee and Media Arts Lab.REEL REQUEST: Nicolas Randall
- Peyton Reed
Peyton is the director of Marvel’s Ant-Man, starring Paul Rudd, Michael Douglas and Evangeline Lilly. The action comedy grossed over $519 million globally and has already spawned a sequel, Ant-Man And The Wasp, which Reed will also direct. His other feature directing credits include box office hits Bring It On (Universal), starring Kirsten Dunst, Down with Love (20th Century Fox), featuring Ewan McGregor and Renée Zellweger, The Break-Up (Universal) with Jennifer Aniston and Vince Vaughn, and Yes Man (Warner Brothers) starring Jim Carrey, Zooey Deschanel and Bradley Cooper. Reed is known for bringing his wry wit and keen sense of visual invention to an incredibly diverse range of projects from TV movies, to music videos, to critically hailed comedic television (HBO’s Mr. Show with Bob and David, Comedy Central’s Upright Citizens Brigade, Fox’s New Girl). His collaborations with high-profile talent have resulted in numerous commercial directing credits including Gap (with Sarah Jessica Parker), Target (with Isaac Mizrahi) and Cisco (with Ellen Page). Reed joins Bullitt from Moxie Pictures.REEL REQUEST: Peyton Reed
- Russo Brothers
Anthony and Joe Russo are the artistic voices behind critically acclaimed shows such as Arrested Development, Community, and Happy Endings, directing the pilots of all three as well as many of their signature episodes. Their latest feature release Captain America: The Winter Soldier, opened to critical and international box-office success in 2014. They are currently in pre-production on Captain America: Civil War for Marvel as well as developing many other projects around town. In addition to their incredible success in the TV and film world, the Russo Brothers are also prolific commercial directors working with many top agencies and brands.REEL REQUEST: Russo Brothers
- Scot Armstrong
Scot is the creator, show runner and director of Showtime's half-hour comedy DICE. As a screenwriter, Armstrong is credited on Old School, The Hangover Part II, Road Trip, Starsky & Hutch, Heartbreak Kid and Semi Pro, among others. He is also the writer and director of the 2015 film, Search Party. Armstrong studied improvisational comedy under Del Close, and has been performing as part of the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in both New York and LA since the theater's inception.REEL REQUEST: Scot Armstrong
- Scott Weintrob
Scott's creativity is a unique blend of high action storytelling and the embodiment of authentic street culture. As a director he’s helmed global spots for brands including Audi, Ford, Hyundai, Lenovo, Cadillac, Volvo, and Acura. His work on Walkers for Abbot Mead Vikers BBDO was awarded at Cannes, D&AD
and the Creative Circle Awards.
As the creative director for Russell Simmons All Def Entertainment Studio – Weintrob works with brands that believe that hip-hop is youth culture. Through these partnerships, he designs music and narrative focused entertainment across the network.
Scott Weintrob’s definitive streetwear feature documentary “Built To Fail” is slated for release in 2017. Sponsored by Pepsi, the doc was filmed in LA, NY, Tokyo, Hong Kong and Seoul and features interviews with artists including ASAP Rocky and fashion luminaries like Tommy Hilfiger.
Weintrob directed four seasons of Top Gear for the BBC (worldwide audience 350 Million) before moving to the US. He united his experience with cars and passion for story to build a depth of career that has earned industry recognition. Weintrob’s early career as a photographer, and his penchant for visual storytelling, is featured in the documentary “An Evening In Space,” an intimate glimpse into the artistic vision process of the celebrated auteur David LaChapelle. His fashion short with Oscar winner Kim Basinger conveys the depths of knowledge one gains from raising a child. Both were commissioned by Flaunt magazine.
In addition to his work in branded content and advertising, Weintrob is collaborating with the Oscar-winning company Lightbox Entertainment, (Sugarman, The Imposter and Man on Wire) on a new documentary series.REEL REQUEST: Scott Weintrob
- Tim K
Tim K cut his teeth directing in the hallowed halls of Funny or Die and Gifted Youth during the heyday of the web’s viral mania. He quickly stepped into the sun and directed spots for clients such as Sprint, Verizon, M&M’s, Fox Sports, Miller Lite, Orkin, Pepsi, Jack in the Box, Skullcandy, Subaru, Toyota and Gamefly. His expertise in visual comedy can be seen in the latest campaigns for Campbell's Soup, Stolichnaya Vodka, Walmart and Star Wars: Rogue One.REEL REQUEST: Tim K
- Tristram Shapeero
Tristram is a British television director who burst onto the US comedy directing scene in 2010. He is currently Executive Producing his second season of Starz' Blunt Talk after having directed the pilot. Additionally, he directed the pilot and subsequent episodes for both seasons of Netflix's Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Tristram's other credits include 2 seasons as Producer/Director of Community (he directed 24 episodes of the series in total), as well as episodes of Veep, Parks and Recreation, Nurse Jackie, Workaholics, Happy Endings, New Girl, Bored to Death, and Children's Hospital. He was the pilot/series/specials director for every episode of the BAFTA nominated UK series, Pulling. He also directed Season 2 of I'm Alan Partridge, directed every episode of Green Wing, and reconceptualized and directed every episode of seasons 2 & 3 of Peep Show. His commercial credits include a collaboration with Joel McHale on the branded web series The Klondike Celebrity Challenge. He has been BAFTA nominated eight times in the situation comedy category.REEL REQUEST: Tristram Shapeero
- Troy Miller
Troy is a lauded director and screenwriter best known for his work in comedy, nominated for 15 Emmy Awards and winning twice. Miller is known as an innovator in alternative comedy and reality. He has directed and produced numerous TV shows and specials including Mr. Show with Bob and David, The Flight of the Conchords, Bored to Death, Happy Endings, Parks and Recreation, Up All Night, The Office, Brooklyn Nine-Nine and every episode of the final season of Arrested Development. His film work includes Jack Frost, The Announcement, Run Ronnie Run!, and Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd.REEL REQUEST: Troy Miller