Michael Lukk Litwak likes to tell character-driven stories that embrace absurdity, often through a lens of classic genre-filmmaking. His work is frequently rooted in comedy and VFX, as well as practical effects such as puppets and miniatures. He’s experienced in performance heavy work, and has directed talent ranging between children, improv performers, “real people” and dramatic actors. His short film “The Life and Death of Tommy Chaos and Stacey Danger” was voted the number one short film of 2014 by Deadline Hollywood. Michael has directed ads and branded content for Subway, Kohl’s, Cracker Barrel, and Campbell’s Soup, and in 2016 he teamed up with Doug Liman to direct and produce the first ever scripted VR series titled INVISIBLE.