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Glen Popple

Filmmaker

  

Glen Popple, a 1990 graduate of The Milwaukee School of Engineering,holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering Technology. Now considering himself a recovering engineer he started writing in the mid-90’s and met with some success with the "Tales of the Mutant Barmonkeys", a comedy web series.

After trying his hand at screenwriting with a script with the working title of "Two of Me" he then wrote, produced and directed "Port of Call", a sci-fi comedy under the newly formed Mutant Barmonkey Productions, LLC. During post-production of "Port of Call" he made the feature-length documentary "99 Bottles", a story of the Wisconsin micro-brewing industry.

After completed several more shorts he was contacted by Ross Bigley to premiere "Port of Call" through the Milwaukee Independent Film Society at the prestigious Lubar Auditorium.

The first meeting with Ross led to Glen’s role as the Director of Photography on the feature film "Petty Cash", as well as credits in films such as "Bring Me The Head of Harry Jones", "The Bananas", "WWRD" (What Would Randy Do?) and "No Touchie Touchie", the winner of Best Comedy at the Wildwood Film Festival.

Glen is currently producing  at work on various productions.