| Sean Mullin|| Film director|
| Amira & Sam, Recalled, Sadiq|
United States Military Academy, Columbia University
MTV Movie Award for Best mtvU Student Filmmaker
Dina Shihabi, Laith Nakli, Martin Starr, Meg Gibson, James Chen
Sean Mullin Wikipedia
Sean Mullin (born January 13, 1975), is an American film director, screenwriter and film producer.
Mullin holds a B.S. from United States Military Academy at West Point and an MFA in film-making from Columbia University.
Prior to beginning his career as a film-maker, Mullin served as a U.S. Army Officer on active duty in Germany. He finished his service commitment as a Captain in the New York Army National Guard, where he worked as the Officer in Charge of the soldiers stationed at Ground Zero as a first responder to the attacks of September 11, 2001. While living in Manhattan, Mullin performed stand-up comedy regularly and studied improv at New York's Upright Citizens Brigade Theater.
Several of Mullin's films have won awards. These include "Sadiq", "Man is a Bridge", and "The 14th Morning". They have also played at numerous film festivals around the world. His MFA thesis film "Sadiq" was a finalist for the "Student Filmmaker Award" at the 2006 MTV Movie Awards.
Mullin has been hired to write screenplays for Academy Award Nominated Director Henry-Alex Rubin (Murderball), as well as for singer Britney Spears.
In 2012, he produced the feature film "Allegiance", starring Seth Gabel, Pablo Schreiber, Bow Wow and Aidan Quinn.
His debut feature film as a writer/director Amira & Sam had its world premiere at the Seattle Int'l Film Festival in May 2014, where it received great reviews from a variety of sources—including the Hollywood Reporter. The film stars Martin Starr, Dina Shihabi, Paul Wesley, Laith Nakli and David Rasche.