Filmmaker originally from NC. Languid producer, writer, director and editor of original media that draws inspiration from the sub-conscious and the Surreal. No family history of 'female hysteria.'
Preston Miller's first feature-length film titled “JONES”, was praised by the likes of Amy Taubin in FILM COMMENT. A grim and graphic morality tale about a very likable guy who might be as detestable as any you'll ever find. “JONES” shot in real-time over one hour and a quarter, enjoyed a successful run at the now defunct PIONEER THEATER in NYC Dec. 2007.
Inspired by a true story, his second feature, "GOD's LAND" is about a religious group from Taiwan who travel to Texas to find Jesus on TV and the end of the world. Prior to shooting the film, he created an episodic audio production or 'radio show' with actors and sound effects to raise interest in the film version.
Over the last two decades he has written and/or directed a number of short films and videos, some of which showed in festivals in New York, Berlin, North Carolina and Kolkata, India.