Amanda Milius is the filmmaker of the upcoming pro-Trump Russiagate documentary "The Plot Against the President," which she is based in Los Angeles. Amanda is the creator of 1AMBC, a Washington, D.C.-based production firm.
She has worked for the White House and the US State Department. Milius attended the University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts, where she finished her thesis film, The Lotus Gun.
Amanda is also noted for being the daughter of John Milius, a well-known screenwriter/director, and Celia Milius, an actress, and producer.
Amanda Milius Early Life
Amanda Milius, a native of Los Angeles, was born in 1985-86 and is 36 years old. She spent part of her childhood in Woodland Hills and currently resides in Washington, D.C. Her father, famed director, and screenwriter John Milius is well-known for his direction all over the world, and her mother, Celia Kaye, is also a well-known actress.
Growing up with screenwriter and producer parents, she was surrounded by historical epics, violent films, and other Westerns. Amanda was heavily inspired by the variables, but she also infuses her art with a sense of morality and integrity.
Amanda graduated from New School University with a major in Philosophy and a minor in Film Studies. She later enrolled at the USC School of Cinematic Arts, where she completed her thesis film "The Lotus Gun" for her USC MFA program in 2015, which will be shown at upcoming film festivals and screenings across the world.
Her Career & Net Worth
Amanda just graduated from the University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts, where she worked on her thesis film "The Lotus Gun."
She worked as a fashion photographer side by side during that time, and in her spare time, she wrote short films on the counter-culture of the 1960s and 1970s and how it has influenced modern society.
Amanda used to pay particular attention to the psychology of four strong female starring characters in films like Duel, Silver Beach, Disconnect, and Maneater who thrive in difficult terrain and surroundings throughout her time at USC.
Amanda Milius has worked in Hollywood for almost a decade and has never been accused of nepotism despite being the daughter of a great screenwriter. She directed only one thesis film during her undergraduate years and is currently editing her next documentary about the loss of democracy.
Moreover, she is financially secure thanks to her parents' celebrity status. She isn't working for monetary gain, but rather to make films that expose the dark and ugly side of politics in government.
Amanda’s President Documentary
Amanda Milius just resigned from her position as deputy assistant secretary for content in the State Department's Bureau of Global Public Affairs to surreptitiously produce a pro-Trump documentary. She's working on a pro-Trump Russiagate documentary called "The Plot Against the President," which is based on Lee Smith's best-selling book of the same name. She has spent the last few months interviewing Russiagate skeptics, including Rep. She didn't even bother to interview Gen. Michael Flynn's lawyer, Sidney Powell.
She has a total of 70 hours of interviews, which she is currently editing for her documentary film. According to her, this film "should appeal to both Republicans and Democrats" and "should appeal beyond conservatives."
Skepticism and fury about Russiagate have been expressed by the arm and cable group of progressive pundits and academy, which includes Glenn Greenwald and Stephen F. Cohen. They were particularly concerned about the intelligence community's deceptions surrounding the Trump campaign's surveillance in 2016. Amanda also explains why she made the film, and her statement pertains to,
“This isn’t about the campaign. It’s not about the president. It’s about the people with power behaving badly and the destruction of democracy and American institutions.”
We all know how private Amanda is about her personal life, thus she hasn't said anything about her love life or any previous relationships. Many viewers believe she should be married based on her appearance, yet she is not. We tried every method we could think of to find out if she was married or not, but we couldn't discover any real evidence.
Finding information about her personal life is difficult, although she is assumed to be unmarried because she is concentrating on directing her pro-Trump Russiagate documentary "The Plot Against the President."