Producer / Director / Animator
Born and raised in Columbus, Ohio, Michael Saul began making films as a teen.
In 1983, he began working in the San Francisco Bay area as a video artist, producing a series of experimental videos with beautiful musical accompaniment provided by electronic composer Steven M. Miller, which had success in film festivals around the world.
In 1991, he began working in Los Angeles and continued producing short films including "Hover", his erotic, gay, vampire thriller which premiered at Los Angeles OUTFEST and screened at many other film festivals.
In 2002 Michael began directing his first feature film "True Love" which was released in 2005. Most recently Michael directed the award-winning shorts, "Go Go Reject" and "Adults Only", both written, produced and starring Heath Daniels.
His most recent feature "The Surface" will be released in 2015.
Michael lives in Los Angeles where he is also an accomplished painter and animator.