Todd Rohal

Todd Rohal directed his first feature film, The Guatemalan Handshake, in 2006. It premiered at the Slamdance Film Festival, where it won the festival's Special Jury Prize. After self-distributing the film's single 35mm print around the world for a year, Rohal participated in the Sundance Institute's Screenwriter's Lab. He directed his second feature, The Catechism Cataclysm, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2011 and was distributed by IFC Films. He directed Nature Calls with Patton Oswalt, Johnny Knoxville and Rob Riggle in 2012 and won Sundance's Special Jury Prize For Unique Vision in 2014 for his short film Rat Pack Rat. In addition to his short and feature work, Rohal has collaborated on projects with filmmakers Jeff Krulik and Cory McAbee as well as directed music videos for Austin band Ola Podrida.

[bio courtesy of the filmmaker] 


Recent Reviews

Knuckleface Jones

If being white is the question, Knuckleface Jones is the answer.

Knuckleface Jones

Wow - an early appearance by Piper Perabo in this one. A very unique, oddball story - I never knew what was coming next. I enjoyed the quirky creativity of...

Knuckleface Jones

Awful. Pointless.

Uncle Kent II

A mumblecore cyber-existentialist horror film in which Napolean Dynamite meets Serial Experiments Lain. A bad acid-trip of the mundane that might just be a homily against smartphone culture. It fits...