Michael-Claude Winfield is looking to connect with profit-seeking agents and producers to bring his feature-length scripts to the big screen profitably.
Michael-Claude's scripts have been recognized as Quarter-Finalists, Semi-Finalists, and Official Selections at American Zoetrope (2012), Lift-Off Global at Pinewood Studios (2020), Los Angeles International Screenplay Awards (Fall, 2020), ScreenCraft Sci-Fi & Fantasy (2021), Script Summit (2021), 25th Annual Fade In Awards, SciFi (2021), the Austin Film Festival (2021), Shore Scripts (2022), the Vail Film Festival (2022), and the Beverly Hills Film Festival (2023).
His first documentary short, Ranger, won several cinematography awards. Disturbed, his second documentary short, had its world premiere at Capri-Hollywood International Film Festival and won a Gold Remi at WorldFest-Houston 56.
Michael-Claude has three patents for a business process that incorporates machine learning. His patents are for sale to the highest bidder. He enjoys using AI to create absurdist and surrealist imagery, using drones for photogrammetry, 3D modeling with lidar data, and using computer vision techniques like 3D reconstruction (e.g., structure-from-motion). Michael-Claude also enjoys acquiring wealth in free markets and hopes to afford children in the near future.