Amanda Milius: Wikipedia, Bio, Age, Father

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Who is Amanda Milius?

Amanda Milius is the daughter of director/screenwriter John Milius (Apocalypse Now, Jeremiah Johnson, Dirty Harry, Big Wednesday, Conan The Barbarian) and actress Celia Kaye.


After being bombarded with Westerns, historical epics, and other violent films as a child, Amanda is forging her own style, influenced by these elements but with her own take on morality and honor.

Amanda spent the majority of her twenties in New York, where she studied philosophy and film at the New School University.


During this time, Amanda worked as a fashion photographer and wrote a series of short films about the counter-culture of the 1960s and 1970s and its impact on modern society.

Amanda attended the USC School of Cinematic Arts and finished her thesis film, The Lotus Gun, for her USC MFA program in 2015, which will be screening at festivals and screenings around the US and internationally in the coming year.


Amanda’s films at USC focused on the psychology of four strong female lead characters in harsh landscapes and environments (Duel, Silver Beach, Disconnect, and Maneater).

Amanda is the Founder of Washington, D.C.-based production company 1AMDC. a Former White House and U.S. State Dept. staffer. Daughter of John Milius and Celia Milius, and also Stepdaughter of Elan Oberon.

Education and Early Life

Amanda Milius was born and raised in the wealthy city of Los Angeles, California, in the United States.
Her father, John Milius, is a legendary director and screenwriter who is also well known for his direction all over the world, and her mother, Celia Kaye, is also an actress. Her height is 165cm and her weight is 60 kg.
She is an American citizen. She was raised in and adheres to the Christian faith. Amanda completed her studies and higher education at New School University, focusing primarily on the Philosophy and Film sectors.

Career

She began her career at a young age and is now a creative director as well as a well-known and popular screenwriter. She had provided the most hits from her work and emphasized her reach.
She has a net worth of more than $5 million as a result of her career.

Personal Life

She is married, but her personal information is currently unknown, and she dislikes sharing information on the internet in general.

Amanda’s family, mother, father, brother, sister, name, age, height in feet, wide, body measurement, Boyfriend, interest, high school, college, nationality, University, spouse, Twitter, income network, birthday, zodiac, sign, education, religion, and date of birth are all listed below.

Quick Facts

Name Amanda Milius
AgeAmanda’s exact age and Date of Birth are still unknown.
GenderFemale
Heightaround 5 and 5 inches
NationalityAmerican
ProfessionDirector and producer
ParentsJohn Milius and Celia Kaye
SiblingsEthan Jedediah Milius, Marco Alexander Milius
Married/SingleSingle
Instagram@amanda_milius
Twitter@AmandaMilius
ReligionChristianity
Physical Statistics
Heightin feet inches – 5’ 5” – in Centimetres – 165 cm 
Weightin Kilograms – 58 kg  –  in Pounds –  127.8 lbs
Body Measurements32-25-34
Bra (Breast) Size32A
Waist Size25 Inches
Hip Size34 Inches
Shoe Size8 (US)
Hair ColorDark Brown
Eye ColorDark Brown
Body TypeSlim
  • She is a hardworking individual with a positive outlook on life.
  • She is so passionate about her job that she was inspired by her father’s professional work.
  • She is wary of disclosing personal information to the media.
  • She had a promising career ahead of her.
  • Her biography is not available on Wikipedia, despite the fact that she is active on social media.
  • Her profession had earned her a net worth of $5 million.

Wikipedia and Biography

After a series of exhausting internet searches, we were unable to locate Amanda Milius’ Wikipedia page.

However, her bio can be found on other websites such as IMDb.

She had grown up in the company of her parents. Amanda Milius father is the legendary director and screenwriter John Milius, who is well-known for his direction around the world. Celia Kaye, a well-known actress, is her mother.

Amanda has followed in her father, John’s, footsteps in a similar manner.

Amanda spent the majority of her twenties in New York, where she attended the New School University and studied theory and film. She graduated from Ne School University, where she majored in Philosophy and Film.

Age

Amanda’s exact age and birth date are still unknown. If we look at her photos, we can see that she is only 25 years old. It appears that her birthday is on January 1st.

Furthermore, because she is a permanent resident of Orlando, Florida, her nationality is American.

Instagram

Amanda Milius has an Instagram account with the handle @amanda_miliys. She has approximately 7.2k fan followers on it.

Social media 

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Facebook

Net Worth

Amanda Milius is a director, producer, and writer from the United States of America. She is estimated to have a net worth of between $1 million and $2 million in 2021.

Documentary

Amanda Milius followed in his father’s footsteps. He directed the documentary The Plot Against The President in the year 2020. She was recognized for her work as a writer, producer, and director of documentaries. As a screenwriter and creative director, she is well-known. Amanda Milius was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. She is a well-known celebrity in America.

She recently resigned from her position as deputy assistant secretary for content in the state department’s bureau of global public affairs in order to secretly produce a pro-Trump documentary. She is currently in the process of producing the pro-Trump Russiagate documentary “The Plot Against the President,” which is based on Lee Smith’s 2019 best-selling book of the same name. She has been interviewing several Russiagate critics in recent months, including Rep. She didn’t even bother to interview Gen. Michael Flynn’s attorney, Sidney Powell.

She currently has 70 hours of these interviews and is in the process of editing them for her documentary film. According to her, this film should appeal to a broad range of people and is significant for Republicans and Democrats alike.’ arm and cable group of progressive commentators and academy members, including Glenn Greenwald and Stephen F. Cohen, have expressed their skepticism and outrage over Russiagate.

The Plot Against the President Documentary

She recently resigned from her position as deputy assistant secretary for content in the state department’s bureau of global public affairs in order to secretly produce a pro-Trump documentary. She is currently in the process of producing the pro-Trump Russiagate documentary “The Plot Against the President,” which is based on Lee Smith’s 2019 best-selling book of the same name. She has been interviewing several Russiagate critics in recent months, including Rep. She didn’t even bother to interview Gen. Michael Flynn’s attorney, Sidney Powell.

She currently has 70 hours of these interviews and is in the process of editing them for her documentary film. According to her, this film should appeal to a broad range of people and is significant for Republicans and Democrats alike.’ arm and cable group of progressive commentators and academy members, including Glenn Greenwald and Stephen F. Cohen, have expressed their skepticism and outrage over Russiagate. Additionally, they were concerned about the intelligence community’s deceptions regarding the surveillance of the Trump campaign in 2016. Amanda also discusses the film’s motivations, and her statement refers to

Videos

Movies

  1. Milius (2013)
    Milius is a 2013 documentary film directed by Joey Figueroa and Zak Knutson about writer, producer, and director John Milius.
  2. The Lotus Gun (Short 2015)
    In the year 2077, two things are scarce in this post-apocalyptic Western: guns and women. Nora and her friend/lover Daphine are fighting for their lives. In a post-government world devoid of laws and armed forces. Nora and her best friend/lover Daphine live in an idyllic, sparsely populated area. Daph’s curiosity leads her to a violent, misogynistic, psychedelic drug cult when a stranger arrives on their land. Nora is not only seeking Daph’s return; she is also seeking vengeance.
  3. The Julie Stories (2016)
    1993, Staten Island. When Big Julie sees an infomercial, he immediately jumps at the opportunity to start his own business, only to discover that the American Dream is, well…a little difficult.
  4. The Plot Against the President (2020)
    The story of the country’s largest political scandal. Based on the book by Lee Smith.

Amanda Milius Married?

Who is Amanda Milius Husband? There is currently no conclusive evidence of her marriage.
Perhaps she is unmarried. As a celebrity child, she will never marry in secret. There has been no mention of her husband or engagement ceremony thus far. Personnel with exceptional abilities Amanda currently has over 6,000 followers on her verified Instagram account.

Conservative

Amanda Milius is a rare find in Hollywood due to her versatility and conservatism.

Amanda Milius’s decision to follow in her father’s footsteps as the daughter of a legendary conservative screenwriter (John Milius) is unsurprising. Unlike most children of famous and/or talented parents, Milius has escaped the real or perceived shadow cast by her father with her first feature film (“The Plot Against the President”).

What may surprise some is Milius’s relatively unconventional path to becoming a creative triple threat (writer/director/producer) in an industry that is sorely lacking in conservative and female filmmakers.

I had the pleasure of speaking with Milius twice last week to learn more about her journey, growing up in Hollywood, filmmaking, and working for the President of the United States.

(With thanks to 1AMDC Productions 2020)

Clark, Michael: How, and perhaps more importantly, why, did you transition from film to government and back?

Milius, Amanda: Following my graduation from USC, I toured the festival circuit with my 2015 thesis film (“The Lotus Gun”) and began focusing increasingly on politics and foreign policy. In 2016, I decided to volunteer in the closest swing state to me (Nevada) and ended up staying through the election. To me, the film industry was and continues to be fairly desolate, boring, corporate, and uninteresting. The industry is increasingly valuing art on the basis of gender and race quotas and placing less emphasis on story, style, and craft. Simultaneously, politics became more exciting, and following the election, the White House assigned me to work at the State Department, where I oversaw content. After witnessing both sides of the “Russiagate” fiasco, I felt prepared and qualified to make the film.

MC: Please don’t take this the wrong way, but your film has the look and feel of a high-end live-action film, which is unusual for a documentary. May I inquire as to the cost of production?

AM: Just over a million dollars.

MC: Is that to say that advertising is included?

AM: We had a strategy that worked without relying on traditional advertising.

MC: Who were your primary creative influences, aside from your father?

AM: Terrence Malick, Harmony Korine, and Robert Altman, in general. We were heavily influenced by Alan Pakula’s paranoia trilogy, particularly “All the President’s Men” (1976), with its dark and heavy brutalism government architecture shot in abstract angular views.

MC: Why did you decide to make a documentary rather than a live-action film?

AM: While many documentaries produced by conservatives are undoubtedly informative, they frequently overlook emotional and stylistic elements. Movies are supposed to elicit an emotional response and guide the viewer through a story without imposing an opinion on them. The storyteller should refrain from instructing the audience on how to think.

MC: What was the most difficult aspect of filming the film?

AM: I’d say it’s a matter of balancing the tone of my approach. I wanted to create something entertaining that would appeal to both those who consume political news on a daily basis and those who would not normally watch a political documentary. The goal was to make something as potentially dull as congressional investigations as exciting as a spy thriller.

MC: Did you approach President Trump about conducting an interview for the film?

AM: No, because the story is about what happened around him, not about him.

MC: Have you approached any Democrats about conducting interviews?

AM: We attempted to contact a large number of individuals, but they were either unavailable, declined to participate, or were cut due to time constraints.

MC: The shot of the Capitol Dome reflected in the Lincoln Reflecting Pool during the opening credit sequence struck me as foreboding and informed me that I was about to watch a thriller.

AM: That was shot as part of the supplemental production at the end. Because a large portion of the story takes place in the winter, I wanted to include images of trees without spring leaves to set the mood.

MC: I was astounded that you were able to get the film on Amazon. That is not a company that is known for its tolerant attitude toward conservative viewpoints.

AM: Because the film was self-financed, we had more distribution options. I was hesitant to grant anyone exclusive platform rights in case they attempted to pull a “catch and kill” maneuver. Although Amazon did not require an exclusive deal, it is the only platform where the film is available for free. It is also available on Vimeo and two platforms that support ‘free speech’ — MyMoviesPlus and Special Project. It will soon be available on iTunes and on all US cable networks’ video-on-demand services. I was confident that without advertising, the film would attract an audience on its own, which it did. It debuted at number one on Amazon and currently has over 14,000 verified user reviews, the most ever for a political documentary on the platform. The film has accumulated over ten million unique viewers to date.

MC: I heard this film has a four-hour cut — is that correct?

AM: Actually, four and a half. It will be available on subscription platforms in mid-February and will be divided into individual chapters. Additionally, the DVD will include interviews with additional players, including Gen. [Michael] Flynn, who was barred from conducting interviews during the filming due to ongoing legal proceedings.

MC: Are you aware whether President Trump has seen the film yet?

AM: I’m sure he’s ecstatic about it and pleased with its success. Additionally, I am aware that he has not yet watched it. He survived it; I’m not sure he needs to see it, and I’m not sure he has a lot of free time to watch movies.

MC: In today’s ultra-PC environment, how do you believe your father would fare as a filmmaker?

AM: It’s difficult to say because his work had such an impact on the content that is currently popular. I believe he would be extremely successful if he avoided discussing his politics, but I don’t see him ever doing so. That is simply not in his character. (Courtesy: www.newsmax.com)