Flux Capacitor Studios is 1.21 gigawatts of creative energy harnessed into a single focus: to bring to life unique, distinctive, mind-bending and delightfully different films, television and digital media through finance, development and production.
Sure, we do work that pays the bills – commercials, music videos, corporate gigs, and we enjoy it. But our hearts lie in long form, inspirational creative content that’s the rare combination of art, entertainment and commerce (you need to make money to continue doing what you love).
Founded by Michael Manasseri, former 1980’s child actor and Michael J. Fox wannabe turned director/producer, master team builder and educator (go Oakland University!).
Oh yeah, also a huge Back to the Future fan, quite possibly, the most perfect movie ever made, in our humble opinion.
Here’s our most recent time traveling adventure/co-production – The 2019 Sundance Next selection, Give Me Liberty.
Super proud to be working with fellow artists and disruptors of the time space continuum:
The Deka Brothers – dekabrothers.com
Oakland University Cinema Studies Program,
The dynamic duo of Give Me Liberty Productions, Alice Austen and Kirill Mikhanovsky – givemelibertyproductions.com
Hollywood based creative partner Kimberley Kates – bigscreenent.com
Blacklist screenwriters Alex Felix Bendaña & Adam Barker
Producing partners Eddie Rubin (EP on the upcoming A24 release, The Farewell) and Detroit Uber producer, Anthony Bommarito.
Partner in crime, Lisa Alfelt – bxbmedia.com
If you want to check out some of our “pay the rent” gigs, click here.
You want to hit us up? Message box on the right.
And remember, where we’re going we don’t need roads – just our imaginations.
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