Director Biography – Michelle Prebich (CEMETERY SONG)

Experimental Film & Music Video Festival

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Michelle studied Film Production, Theatre and Fine Art At Cal-State Long Beach with a B.A. in Narrative Film Production and a minor in Theatre. Her thesis film “A Serious Talk” was shown at the Newport Beach Film Festival in 2012.

Michelle directed and collaborated with sister animator and designer Justine Prebich with an experimental stop motion short. “Comfort Me with Absinthe” It won best animated short in the Albuquerque Film And Music Experience in 2016.

Michelle and Justine once again collaborated on “Tools of War” an animated short exploring science fiction and the dystopian future in 2018.

Michelle is also an artist and illustrator who runs her business “Bat in Your Belfry” out of Southern California.

She and her sister Justine continue to work on projects together.

Director Statement

Cemetery Song’s visuals is a blend of imagery Inspired of romantic era gothic imagery and the surrealism of Magritte paintings. Places…

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Director Biography – Michelle Prebich (CEMETERY SONG)

Experimental Film & Music Video Festival

06226ff81b headshot

Michelle studied Film Production, Theatre and Fine Art At Cal-State Long Beach with a B.A. in Narrative Film Production and a minor in Theatre. Her thesis film “A Serious Talk” was shown at the Newport Beach Film Festival in 2012.

Michelle directed and collaborated with sister animator and designer Justine Prebich with an experimental stop motion short. “Comfort Me with Absinthe” It won best animated short in the Albuquerque Film And Music Experience in 2016.

Michelle and Justine once again collaborated on “Tools of War” an animated short exploring science fiction and the dystopian future in 2018.

Michelle is also an artist and illustrator who runs her business “Bat in Your Belfry” out of Southern California.

She and her sister Justine continue to work on projects together.

Director Statement

Cemetery Song’s visuals is a blend of imagery Inspired of romantic era gothic imagery and the surrealism of Magritte paintings. Places…

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