Private Project


While contemplating life, a troubled woman is confronted by her spiritual guide.

  • Lee McCaulla
    Streaker, Loose Tooth, Paper Clips
  • Lee McCaulla
    Streaker, Loose Tooth, Paper Clips
  • Lee McCaulla
  • Shari Sambursky
    Key Cast
  • Rose London
    Key Cast
    "Spirit Guide"
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  • Runtime:
    3 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    June 12, 2019
  • Production Budget:
    300 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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  • Lee McCaulla
Distribution Information
  • Lee McCaulla
    Country: Dominica
    Rights: Internet
Director Biography - Lee McCaulla

A recipient of the Lew and Edie Wasserman Scholarship, Lee graduated with his BFA in film/video from the Cal Arts Character Animation Program in 1991. He is also a 2009 graduate of the UCLA Professional Program in Producing and pursued his MFA in Screenwriting at the David Lynch School of Cinema.

In 1996, Lee directed a team of artists at Warner Brothers on his own animated short, Loose Tooth. The film went on to win awards at festivals around the world, appeared on Canal Plus TV in France and qualified for Academy Award consideration in 1997. Shortly thereafter, he was hired to direct a series of commercials for Old Navy which won the Annie Award for Best TV Commercial of 1998.

As an animation artist, Lee has contributed to such films as Disney's Aladdin, Pocahontas, Warner Brother's Space Jam, Fox's Ferngully: The Last Rainforest, and television shows such as The Ren & Stimpy Show. He has also animated on commercials for Dow Scrubbing Bubbles, Cocoa Pebbles cereal, a Japanese Esso spot starring Lupin the 3rd, and on the Disney/Sega Genesis game, Gargoyles. Lee is also well known for various personal film projects such as Paper Clips (a CGI short for the internet), Worker's Compensation (a live action short for Adaptec), Taxi Ride (a music video for Tori Amos), and Streaker (his first indie feature).

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