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Emily Carmichael is the next great writer-director of the kind of movies I love. Her ability to find warmth and humanity in genre storytelling is a superpower in itself.”

Colin Trevorrow

what we are seeing here is the emergence of a unique voice in american cinema; a new, great, fantasy comedienne.

-Film School Shorts

…brings awkward perfection to a tenuous, star cross’d love while treating their courtship as both realistic and epic. A clever blend of rudeness and romance.

Film School Rejects on RPG OKC 

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Critic’s Picks: 10 Movies That Deserved More Attention In 2013

Critic’s Picks: 10 Movies That Deserved More Attention In 2013

“Like everybody else in this racket, I’ve already published my top 10 list — well, a lot of top 10 lists, including my favorite distributed and undistributed movies, best performances and so on — but no single numerical overview can possibly convey the full range of movie experiences this year. As a result, much slips through the cracks, and even after publishing list after list I’m left with a desire to single out a few more titles.”

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RPG OKC is a “Kurzfilm der Woche”

RPG OKC is a “Kurzfilm der Woche”

Via Google Translate: If you like video games with very large pixels and love stories like, for the short film this week, “RGP OKC” is exactly the right thing. Through an online dating portal to learn a cat woman from the desert (which, incidentally, the daughter…

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5 AFI Fest Shorts To Check Out

5 AFI Fest Shorts To Check Out

“Carmichael has a unique style, and she’s a director who’s not afraid to take chances and go out on a limb. She’s a diverse filmmaker who can handle live action as well as thought-provoking animation, á la Richard Linklater.”

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Short Film: ‘RPG OKC’ is an 8-Bit Romance For the Ages

Short Film: ‘RPG OKC’ is an 8-Bit Romance For the Ages

“Bursting with imagination and sweet comedic appeal… brings awkward perfection to a tenuous, star cross’d love while treating their courtship as both realistic and epic.”

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RPG OKC Is A Love Story Set In The World Of 8-bit Fantasy Games | The Creators Project

RPG OKC Is A Love Story Set In The World Of 8-bit Fantasy Games | The Creators Project

RPG OKC is featured on the blog for The Creator’s Project, which “celebrates visionary artists across multiple disciplines who are using technology in innovative ways to push the boundaries of creative expression.”

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RPG OKC at Short of the Week

RPG OKC at Short of the Week

“…what we are seeing here is the emergence of a unique voice in american cinema; a new, great, fantasy comedienne…”

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If These Sprites Could Talk: Stories in 8-Bits | Gamemoir

If These Sprites Could Talk: Stories in 8-Bits | Gamemoir

I’ve said elsewhere that Ledo and Ix are the best game characters you’ve never played, and while it’s true viewing them on the small screen strips away the interactivity that propelled my early adventures on the NES and SNES, watching them interact with each other and various…

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Profiled in 25 New Faces of Independent Film

Profiled in 25 New Faces of Independent Film

I’m profiled in Filmmaker Magazine’s 25 New Faces of Independent film! Article by Sarah Salovaara, photo by Richard Koek, photo shot at Barbes (aka best bar in Brooklyn.)     “That’s very short-film worthy.” Emily Carmichael has just heard my formerly best kept secret that…

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‘Film School Shorts’ review: future greats – San Francisco Chronicle

‘Film School Shorts’ review: future greats – San Francisco Chronicle

The Hunter and the Swan reviewed in the SF Chronicle along with Luke Matheny’s “God of Love.” ‘Film School Shorts’ review: future greats – San Francisco Chronicle.

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Emily Carmichael Creates 8-bit RPG OKC Short Film

Emily Carmichael Creates 8-bit RPG OKC Short Film

Emily Carmichael Creates 8-bit RPG OKC Short Film | AWN | Animation World Network.

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