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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.

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Michael Manasseri (FOUNDER)

Michael Manasseri is a 2020 Independent Spirit Award winning producer (John Cassavetes Award) for his work on the critically acclaimed comedy, Give Me Liberty. Michael’s upcoming productions include Beast, directed by Riley Keogh and Gina Gammell and produced by 2021 Academy Award Nominees, Sacha Ben Harroche and Bert Hamelinck (Sound of Metal) of Caviar Films, the international action thriller, Accelerant, and the science exploration short documentary series, VERT Project, based in Rome, Italy and Stockholm, Sweden.

The first film Michael produced, the romantic comedy, Dirty Love, was a 2005 Sundance Film Festival selection. Since then Michael has produced ten independent feature films. Michael is the co-director of the 2008 horror-thriller Babysitter Wanted. He co-wrote, directed, produced and starred in the 2013 sci-fi comedy Mosquito Man, and directed and produced the 2015 Detroit-based family comedy The Pickle Recipe.

Under Michael’s stewardship, Flux Capacitor has co-financed, developed, and produced film and television content, national commercial campaigns, music videos, and documentaries for domestic and international markets. Flux Capacitor is also an academic/entrepreneurial partner with Oakland University’s Cinema Studies program in Rochester, Michigan where Michael and his team have mentored over 400 film students.

Prior to his experience behind the camera, Michael was a child actor who appeared on Broadway, shared the stage with entertainment legend Yul Brynner, and starred in four television series in Hollywood in the 1990’s. Michael was the lead actor in the long running TV comedy Weird Science, which can still be found on various digital platforms the world over.

Flux Cap Logo

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.

Manasseri

Michael Manasseri (FOUNDER)

Michael Manasseri is a 2020 Independent Spirit Award winning producer (John Cassavetes Award) for his work on the critically acclaimed comedy, Give Me Liberty. Michael’s upcoming productions include Beast, directed by Riley Keogh and Gina Gammell and produced by 2021 Academy Award Nominees, Sacha Ben Harroche and Bert Hamelinck (Sound of Metal) of Caviar Films, the international action thriller, Accelerant, and the science exploration short documentary series, VERT Project, based in Rome, Italy and Stockholm, Sweden.

The first film Michael produced, the romantic comedy, Dirty Love, was a 2005 Sundance Film Festival selection. Since then Michael has produced ten independent feature films. Michael is the co-director of the 2008 horror-thriller Babysitter Wanted. He co-wrote, directed, produced and starred in the 2013 sci-fi comedy Mosquito Man, and directed and produced the 2015 Detroit-based family comedy The Pickle Recipe.

Under Michael’s stewardship, Flux Capacitor has co-financed, developed, and produced film and television content, national commercial campaigns, music videos, and documentaries for domestic and international markets. Flux Capacitor is also an academic/entrepreneurial partner with Oakland University’s Cinema Studies program in Rochester, Michigan where Michael and his team have mentored over 400 film students.

Prior to his experience behind the camera, Michael was a child actor who appeared on Broadway, shared the stage with entertainment legend Yul Brynner, and starred in four television series in Hollywood in the 1990’s. Michael was the lead actor in the long running TV comedy Weird Science, which can still be found on various digital platforms the world over.