Mike Utt - Filmmaker

HOW AI UN-LEVELS THE PLAYING FIELD: Work produced with AI cannot be copywritten, making it easier for a company or individual to use that work without permission. - Mike Utt e-mail: mike@mikeutt.com

Filmmaking Photography
The Footsteps of Zeus - Feature Documentary by Michael Utt
Short documentary

Filmmaker - Michael Utt

The Footsteps of Zeus was produced while filmmaker was trail runnning and hiking the trails in SE Tennessee and other areas. The filmmaker shares his new gravity theory while exploring the unknown. This film showcases some unique footage in front of the majestic backdrop of the Grand Tetons.

It's Not a Joking Matter was produced after returning to Glacier National Park in Montana after 24 years and noticing the dramatic effects of climate change on the region.

Award Winning Documentary Films:

The Footsteps of Zeus - feature documentary

Accolade Global Film Competition - June 2020 - Award of Recognition

Toronto Independent Film Festival of Cift - April 2021

Pacific Beach International Film Festival - 2020


It's Not a Joking Matter - short documentary

San Diego Shorts - Spring 2022


The Latchkey Ladies - one hour serial drama pilot for television.

This was my first script. A great concept and in the process of being rewritten.

Logline - Breaking Bad meets Come Hell or Highwater as a group of female college basketball players and former WNBA stars reunite taking drastic action to level the playing field.


Cassiopeia - one hour sci-fi drama pilot for television.

Dedicated to my dad Walter Kenneth Utt, an aeronautical engineer, who once had an article published in the Planetary Society magazine regarding the interstellar human exploration of habitable Earth like planets. He was an inspiration to many people in my family.

Logline - Star Trek meets Louis & Clark with more realism and less fantasy as three generations find and colonize habitable Earth like planets.

Special Thanks

After dropping my oldest child back off at the airport to go back to college and placing my kid's future in the pilots' hands, I began thinking about all of the hundreds of thousands of people in my life who have made a positive impact. To those who have gone before us and to those who follow, I am thankful for each and every one of you. Thank you to everyone who has made a positive impact on my life.