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MSU was originally created as a feature film. As the concept has evolved over the years it has been developed for multiple platforms. Comic books, film, TV and video game versions of MSU are all in development right now.
MEET THE CREATORS
Tony Armer is an Award Winning Filmmaker, he is currently the Film Commissioner for St. Petersburg Clearwater (Pinellas County) Flrodia. He is the Co-founder and Executive Director of the Sunscreen Film Festival in St. Petersburg, FL. SSFF was voted one of the “25 Coolest Film Festivals in the Country” by Movie Maker Magazine in 2009, Best Film Fest in Tampa Bay by Tampa Bay Magazine for 2012 and has been honored as one of only 23 Film Fests in the USA to be sponsored by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (The Oscars) for 2013-2014.
A few of the guests have included John Travolta, Kelly Preston, Patrick Wilson, Billy Dee Williams, Jeff Donovan, Michael Rooker, Producer Ralph Winter (X-Men, Fantastic Four), as well as numerous actors, distributors, sales agents, casting directors and producers.
Tony studied Communications at the University of Toledo, graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BA in Business Management from Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, FL and is finishing an MFA in Motion Pictures and Television from Academy of Art University, San Francisco. He is also an Adjunct Professor at the Universtiy of Tampa and the Art Institute of Tampa.
Brad D. Sibbersen
Brad D. Sibbersen is an accomplished writer that has created numerous memorable works over the years. He created and published an alternative press comic "The Adventures of Mr. Satanism" in Toledo OH, before moving to Florida.
He wrote the screenplay to the cult hit film Mandatory Overtime in 2004. His film review books "The 100 Best Movies Ever made...Mostly Suck", Night of the Living Dud" and others can be found on Amazon.com.
Brad graduated with a degree in English from the University of Toledo.
THE REST OF THE TEAM
Chris 'Doc" Wyatt
Director / Writer – Chris “Doc” Wyatt
Chris “Doc” Wyatt - Attended USC's Peter Stark Producing Program where he received extremely powerful and accurate information on how to produce internationally successful blockbuster movies as so many extremely successful USC Alumni had before. Upon graduation Wyatt was working as the Associate Editor of Cinescape Magazine when he had the bright idea to leave it all behind and make independent films.
Chris co-produced NAPOLEON DYNAMITE - which played at Sundance and went on to be one of the biggest critical and financial Independent film successes of the decade. Released in July of 2004 Napoleon Dynamite gained an inexplicable cult following that pushed it to become one of the most profitable films ever made. Since then, he has produced or written over a dozen films since then including BROKEN HILL, starring Alexa Vega and Timothy Hutton, and CAFE starring Jennifer Love Hewitt, Alexa Vega and Daniel Eric Gold. He is currently a writer on several animated TV series; Marvel's Avengers and Spider-Man, as well as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and more.
Writer -- Mathew Stover
Matthew Stover is the multiple New York Times Bestselling author of the acclaimed action thrillers Heroes Die, Blade of Tyshalle, and Caine Black Knife. He is best known for his work with Lucasfilm in the Star Wars franchise. He has written several novels in the Star Wars Universe including the blockbuster novelization of Revenge of the Sith, Traitor, Shatterpoint, and Luke Skywalker and the Shadows of Mindor, as well as the short stories Equipment and The Tenebrous Way.
His work has garnered him a world-wide audience and an international reputation for "razor-sharp prose and hard-hitting characterization," as well as "fight scenes of such crippling power that they risk hospitalizing incautious readers."
Artist - Julian Mateus
Julian Mateus has followed his passion for the visual arts since early in his life. He took three years of 2D art courses in high school. During which time he thought about the possibilities of turning his love of art into a future career for himself and finally made a decision to study filmmaking.
After graduating in 2008 he attended Full Sail University's film program. His time there allowed him to learn the inner workings of the filmmaking process as well as the high level of skill that is demanded of an artist in that field.
After Graduating from Full Sail in 2010 Julian has been working on various projects as a concept artist and designer. All of the concept art on this website was created by Julian.
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