Carlo Mirabella-Davis was raised in the mountains of East Meredith, in upstate New York. He co-founded Elkcreek Cinema, a collective dedicated to films involving the upstate area. He has a BFA from Tisch NYU Undergraduate Film School and recently completed his Masters Degree at Tisch NYU Graduate Film School. Mirabella-Davis wrote and directed the short film Knife Point, which premiered at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival, aired on Arte-TV, and for which he won “Best New Director” at the Brooklyn International Film Festival. Carlo co-directed and produced the feature documentary The Swell Season. His feature screenplay On Evil was chosen for the 2011 Sundance Screenwriters lab and 2011 Sundance Director's Lab. Most recently he directed the Mountain Goats "Cry for Judas" music video.
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