Jac Mulder, South African at birth, trained in Los Angeles, France, UK and South Africa made his first directorial debut with a high profile Superbowl TVC in 1996 at DuckSoupLA. In 2013 he directed his first feature film Bordering on Bad Behaviour which stars Tom Sizemore.
Jac has a skilled hand at many things; visual effects, animation, TVC’s, broadcast design, production and post production to name a few, but his love of storytelling is his strong suit. As a director he has filmed in excess of two hundred TVC’s, five short films and currenly in preparation for his second feature film. His skill and extensive knowledge in post, animation and visual effects enable Jac to have a unique understanding of what is possible in post production and as one of the few directors with this background, this gives him a creative edge on concepts and execution.

SKILLS

DIRECTING
VFX SUPERVISOR
POST PRODUCTION
TECHNICAL DIRECTOR

PROJECTS

Ras al-Khaimah tout
TVC
Al Manzil Corporate Film
TVC / DIRECTING
DFC MMA
TVC / MOTION GRAPHICS
Dunia Bank Commercial
TVC / GRADING
Alice
FILM / DIRECTING / GRADING
ARWA
TVC / DIRECTING / GRADING

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Amazing 5/5 #star #rating on #borderingonbadbehavior www.the-other-view.com #read if you're #lazy to copy the #link... "I fucking loved this film! Bordering on Bad Behavior is a comedy that takes a deep, yet lighthearted look at the issues in the Middle East as well as points a finger at a lot of American stereotypes. However it dispatches the discussion straight away to just a bunch of bros who make the best of their predicament, poke fun at one another and come to an agreeable resolution to set aside their difference and do what bros do best – eat, drink and be merry. And the one moment when you think shit’s about to get serious and intense (the Texas roulette scene), it turns playful straight away. The story does a fine job mixing loads of fun with emotion as we progress and see where each character has come from and where the future will take them. For instance Bob is Christian yet he's in love with a Muslim; this weighs heavy with the character as he fears rejection from his church, yet he doesn’t care because he wants to be the perfect husband. Respect, my brother. And just because there’s loads of drinking and smoking, the film doesn’t get too goofy or over the top, yet it also doesn’t get too serious. The acting is on the money as the three actors play well off one another producing rock solid performances, with each character getting their moment to shine, which produces a fine chemistry between the three. I went into Bordering on Bad Behavior expecting something deep and thought provoking. And while the film takes a look into the lives, history and stereotypes of our major players, it ultimately turns into a fun and entertaining little comedy that can’t and shouldn’t be missed."

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