NATURELAND (formerly Pangea)

Fictional feature film. In an attempt to reconnect with his dysfunctional dad, Dan signs on for a poorly planned trip into the Thai jungle. They lose their food, they lose the path, and Dan starts to wonder if any of his father’s adventure stories are actually true. Directed by Malcolm Murray. Written by Malcolm Murray and Liz Tran.



Fictional feature film. Flo, newly fired from his job, is spending his summer wandering Albuquerque aimlessly with his best friend Trey. Together, they spend their days and nights pursuing Trey’s illicit moneymaking schemes. But when Trey implicates Flo in grand theft auto, Flo finds it difficult to shake his feelings of remorse — and his feelings for the car’s beguiling owner, Marissa. Directed by Malcolm Murray. Written by Florian Brozek.

Press: New York Times, Village Voice, Filmmaker Magazine, Indiewire, Filmmaker MagazineLocal IQHammer To Nail: Top Ten Films of 2011, International Film Festival Rotterdam: Ten To Watch: Best of IFFR.



Feature documentary. Laos, though the fascination and confusion of a traveler’s lens. From ancient temples to mountain villages, in jungles and on rivers, we see what travelers see and discover what they don’t as the plot moves deftly from the comical to the taboo, reveling in the experience of Laos and lingering on things left unsaid. Directed by Malcolm Murray. Written by Michael Meyer.

Press: Indiewire, The New York Times, Los Angeles Weekly, Film Radar, Hollywood Today, Moving Pictures Magazine, Nominated: Cinematic Vision Award: Silverdocs.