Amiel Courtin-Wilson

Amiel COURTIN-WILSON (1979, Australia) made his first film when he was nine years old. For his short film Cicada (2008), he worked for the first time with actor and ex-convict Daniel Jones, who later played the lead in Hail (2011). Courtin-Wilson also directs music videos and video installations, and teaches at the University of California in Los Angeles. He previously worked with Michael Cody on Catch My Disease (2011).


Charlie's Toy Meets Madeline Moritz (1996, short), Chasing Buddha (2000, doc), Islands (2001, TV doc), Adolescents (2003, short), Cicada (2008, short), Bastardy (2008, doc), Catch My Disease (2011, doc), Hail (2011), Venice 70: Future Reloaded (2013, doc), Ruin (2013, co-dir)