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Brandon Scullion

Brandon Scullion is a director and editor, known for Recess (2010), Consumption (2016) and The Black Guitar (2011). See full bio »

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Recess Director
Consumption Director
The Black Guitar
The Black Guitar Director
December Director


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 2017 60 Seconds to Die (segment "Found")
 2017 The Oval Portrait (Short)
 2017 People Places Things (TV Series documentary) (5 episodes)
- Hollywood (2017)
- Brand Park (2017)
- Mulholland Drive (2017)
- Pyramid Lake (2017)
 2017 The New Hands (Short)
 2016 It's Nice to Remember: The Story of the Ax (Documentary short)
 2016 Consumption
 2011 The Black Guitar (Short)
 2011 What's in the Box? (Short)
 2010 Recess (Short)
 2009 The Suicide Films (Short)
Show Show Editor (13 credits)
Show Show Writer (9 credits)
Show Show Sound department (7 credits)
Show Show Producer (6 credits)
Show Show Actor (5 credits)
Show Show Camera and Electrical Department (4 credits)
Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (4 credits)
Show Show Cinematographer (3 credits)
Show Show Composer (3 credits)
Show Show Art department (2 credits)
Show Show Second Unit Director or Assistant Director (2 credits)
Show Show Production designer (2 credits)
Show Show Casting department (1 credit)
Show Show Music department (1 credit)
Show Show Set decorator (1 credit)
Show Show Thanks (2 credits)
Show Show Self (1 credit)

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