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Nolan Schmidt

Nolan Schmidt was born to John and Deborah Schmidt in Seguin, Texas. When he was growing up, he was inspired by some of his favorite films to start filmmaking. He began his film career with his amateur horror short, "Reaper Island," in 2008, and got his first award in 2009 for his film, "That's My Pizza!" He continues to make films to this day ... See full bio »

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 2021 Return to the Beach (Short)
 2020 Night of the Ghoul (Short)
 2020 Reaper Island Part II (Short)
 2013 The Park of Elm Creek (Documentary short)
 2012 Innocent Dreams (Short)
 2012 The Atonement (Short)
 2012 Pastry (Short)
 2011 I Want My Hot Dog! (Short)
 2011 Hammershot's Run (Short)
 2011 The Deadly Gala (Short)
 2011 The Ungrateful Killers (Short)
 2011 Ralph (Short)
 2009 Funny Day (Short)
 2009 Ranchers (Short)
 2009 That's My Pizza! (Short)
 2009 Ugly Teeth (Short)
 2008 Reaper Island (Short)
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5' 8" (1.73 m)

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Schmidt considers Quentin Tarantino, Stanley Kubrick, and Ralph Bakshi as his top three favorite filmmakers. Many of his other favorite filmmakers include Trey Parker, Mel Brooks, Hayao Miyazaki, Oliver Stone, Steven Spielberg, Kevin Smith, Peter Jackson, Francis Ford Coppola, Alfred Hitchcock, John Waters, and Melvin Van Peebles. See more »

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