Douglas Mueller
…is a director of narrative and documentary films. His most recent release, "Alone for Solo Violin, Live EFX & Electronica" can be found in the Library of Congress in the Madison Building (MUS_2021_072 and MUS_2022_016).
 Repatriation, his first feature, boasts an exceptional ensemble which you can enjoy streaming on Tubi. His visual style can be seen in Prairie Love (Sundance '11, Film Movement Distr.), where he storyboarded and production designed the frigid, almost-fantasy world; or his award-winning short film Four Corners  (Periphery Project LLC, Distr.) set in the dusty isolation of the desert.

Doug's first feature documentary was in the Fiscal Sponsorship program at the San Francisco Film Society, recording the restoration of the historic Carmel Mission Basilica and is still in production.

 Intermezzo 1, his short 16mm experimental documentary about a baroque keyboard tuner Carey Beebe at the Carmel Bach Festival, premiered at the Academy-accredited, Nashville Film Festival. His short documentary Dan, Tom and Ray—a silent film about a family excavation project—screened at a number of film festivals for children in California and the mid-west.

Doug actively produces commercial works and internet films. He and his wife Malinda De Rouen were $1,000 winners of the Trend Micro video contest. He was Production Designer for the 2010 thriller The Truth, distributed by Maverick Entertainment Group.

Studying for his BA in film at CSUMB, he developed a documentary The BBC; 2002, which won the Volunteer/Student Categories of both the 2003 Edgar Kennedy Award for Arts, Culture, Humanities, Performance Event, and Monterey's Best Freedom of Expression.