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Mitch Cullin

Mitch Cullin was born in 1968 in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA. He is a writer and cinematographer, known for Mr. Holmes (2015), Tideland (2005) and I Want to Destroy America (2006). See full bio »

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Known For

Mr. Holmes
Mr. Holmes Writer
(2015)
Tideland
Tideland Writer
(2005)
I Want to Destroy America
I Want to Destroy America Cinematographer
(2006)
Tokyo Is Dreaming
Tokyo Is Dreaming Cinematographer
(2008)

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 2015 Mr. Holmes (novel "A Slight Trick of the Mind")
 2005 Tideland (novel)
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 2008 Tokyo Is Dreaming (Documentary)
 2006 I Want to Destroy America (Documentary)
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 2008 Tokyo Is Dreaming (Documentary) (producer)
 2006 I Want to Destroy America (Documentary) (producer)
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 2005 Tideland
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 2005 Tideland (lyrics: "Lift Me Up To Sweet Jesus")
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 2007 The Making of 'Tideland' (Video documentary short)
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 2005 Getting Gilliam (Documentary)
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He and his domestic partner Peter I Chang often collaborate on the illustrations in his novels under the pseudonym "Ryuzo Kikushima". This is the name of a famous Japanese screenwriter famous for co-writing the screenplay for the landmark samurai film "Yojimbo", the basis for "A Fistful of Dollars".

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