Mar Elepaño was born in the Philippines in 1954. He left for LA, California to study film in 1975 at USC (University of Southern California). He finished his degree in Film Production and stayed on to become a staff member and later adjunct faculty. He has been teaching at the USC School of Cinematic Arts in the MFA in Animation Program since 1993... See full bio »

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Post No Bills
Post No Bills Thanks
(1991)
The Living End
The Living End Miscellaneous Crew
(1992)
My 4th Grade Limericks: Revisited
(2006)
My Uncle the Alien
My Uncle the Alien Visual Effects
(1996)

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 2012 Tailypo (Short) (production coordinator) (completed)
 2015 Nighthawk (Short) (faculty advisor)
 2014 Once Upon a Slave's Ambition (Short) (production coordinator)
 2013 Semáforo (Short) (production coordinator - as Mar Elepaño)
 2012 The High Five Apprentice (Short) (production coordinator)
 2009 Remember Me (Video short) (production supervisor)
 2006 My 4th Grade Limericks: Revisited (Short) (production coordinator)
 2003 Mr. Rooster Goes to the Library (Short) (production supervisor)
 2002 Bolted (Short) (mentor)
 1995 Xenolith (subtitles)
 1993 Blue Flame (title designer)
 1992 The Living End (title shot)
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