MY MISSION STATEMENT
To Embolden, Empower, and Ignite Women through the Art of Storytelling and Higher Consciousness.
Elizabeth was born and raised in Pueblo, CO and after graduating from the University of Northern Colorado with a BA in Theatre: Directing, she moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in film. Elizabeth's journey as an actress eventually led her to writing, which led her to producing her own projects. After producing a few of her own short films, "Just Like the Movies" and "Tactics", she took the skills she had learned and found a passion for producing. Elizabeth’s focus has shifted to helping other filmmakers, notably female storytellers, bring their stories to life. She is committed to working on projects that have at least 50% female representation, in front of and behind the camera. She is interested in helping to bring marginalized voices to the forefront and seeks to find projects that have an impact on our world, affecting social change, making the world a better place for everyone.
Elizabeth has been busy the last two years line producing and producing 9 short films that are blazing their way around the festival circuit. Most notably, "It Happened Again Last Night", directed by Gabrielle Stone & Roze and "What Metal Girls Are Into" directed by Laurel Vail. WMGAI has been in over 100 film festivals and has won many awards and can now be seen on AMAZON. Her latest project, "After Emma", starring Amy Smart, Taymour Ghazi and Dee Wallace directed by Gabrielle Stone, will premiere in 2019.
“Babbs and Maria Go To Therapy, a web series created and written by Babbs and Maria Lopez with stream soon on Seed & Spark, and is written, created and starring two, full figured, Mexican Americans, Directed by a female Pacific Islander and Produced by a woman.
Making the leap to features, Elizabeth is Producing two feature films, SPILLED MILK and BLACKBIRD. Both features are currently seeking financing.
Elizabeth is also a contributing writer for Ms In The Biz and has two feature films she's written, "Tag-A-Longs" and "Partnering" in development.
CHECK OUT HER FULL IMDB HERE.
Line Producing and Producing
We offer our services as a line producer or producer to help your next project come to life. Let us handle all the paperwork, permits, hiring, organizing, all of it, so you can focus on the creative aspect of your film.
SPILLED MILK - Feature Film
Directed by Gabrielle Stone Written by Harrison Smith & Kelly Randis Produced by Elizabeth Mihelich and Nick Terry
Young Brooke Nolan fights back against her father and years of sexual abuse by successfully prosecuting him; ending decades of domestic violence endured by her and her siblings. Based on a True Story and the Best Selling Novel, Spilled Milk.
Currently seeking Financing.
AFTER EMMA - Watch the trailer here
Directed & Written by Gabrielle Stone
Starring Amy Smart, Taymour Ghazi, Parker Gray and Dee Wallace.
Produced by Elizabeth Mihelich, Gabrielle Stone, JT Mollner and Nick Terry
53 Cast and Crew Members - 30 Women, 23 Men = 56% inclusion.
THREE TOY INDIANS
Directed by Keene McRae Written by Brandon Bernath and Keene McRae
Watch the trailer HERE
ALWAYS REMEMBER ME
You’re invited to Amy’s 7th Birthday. For the 18th time.
Shot on 16MM Kodak Film. Premiered at HollyShorts Film Festival where it won the Kodak Honorable Mention.
Directed by : Nell Teare
Starring: Luci MacNair, Wendy Haines, Brandon Scott, Melissa Jane Osborne, and Jamie Wollrab
Coming soon to a festival near you. Watch the trailer here!
OFFICIAL SELECTIONS -
HollyShorts Film Festival WINNER - Kodak Honorable Mention
Culver City Film Festival Lanett City Film Festival Twin Cities Film Festival
Dumbo Film Festival Ridgefield Independent Film Festival Key West Film Festival
Charlotte Film Festival
29 Cast and Crew Members - 19 Women, 65% inclusion.
BAG OF WORMS is a dramedy short film directed by Grace Rowe, and co-written by Michael Jaworski and Grace Rowe. A Halloween party turns south after the issue of race comes up amongst friends.
Executive produced by Pedro Pascal, the ensemble piece stars Katy Erin (Galpals), Cooper Barnes (Henry Danger), Cassandra Blair (Friends and More), Nicholas A. Goldreich (A Good Life), Michael Jaworski (I Am That Girl), David Craze (Paranormalcy), Walter Harris (Disaster Movie), Grace Rowe (Grey's Anatomy), Phong Le (Dear White People), Jeff Torres (Vast), and Stephen Wu (The Night Watchers).
OFFICIAL SELECTION - Austin Comedy Short Film Festival NOMINATION - Best Ensemble
LA Shorts Film Festival
45 Cast and Crew Members- 30 Women, 66% inclusion.
BREATHE: A Short Film
Now on the Festival Circuit! Watch the trailer here!
52 Cast and Crew Members, 23 women, 44% inclusion.
San Pedro International Film Festival, Desert Rocks Film and Music Event, Irvine International Film Festival, Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival, Kansas City Film Festival, PRISMA, Northeast Mountain Film Festival, Changing Face International Film Festival, Silicon Beach Film Festival
North Hollywood CineFest NOMINATION - BEST DRAMA SHORT
This Guy’s Film Awards WINNER - BEST NARRATIVE SHORT
Directed by Keene McRaE
Written by Brandon Shypkowski
Currently on the festival circuit. Watch the Trailer HERE.
26 CAST and CREW MEMBERS, 12 WOMEN, 46% inclusion.
Paige must choose between love and fear before she has no choices left to make.
43 Cast and Crew Members, 21 WOMEN, 48% inclusion
This dramatic short film came to life over a two day shoot in June of 2016. With Gabrielle Stone making her directorial debut as co-director of this important short film, we knew we were creating something special. Since the film premiered at the Pasadena Film Festival in March of 2017 its enjoyed immense success. Nominated for Best Short and Gabrielle Stone for Best Actress, we were honored to watch Gabrielle win! Next up we screened at the NoHo CineFest and were thrilled to be nominated for Best Dramatic Short, Best Director and Best Actress and even more excited when we won Best Dramatic Short.
The prestigious Beverly Hills Film Festival honored, "It Happened Again Last Night" next with Best Short and awarded Gabrielle with Best Actress of the entire festival. See below for a full list of awards and nominations.
IT HAPPENED AGAIN LAST NIGHT
Festivals and Awards
16 Festivals, 22 Nominations, 12 Wins.
Pasadena International Film Festival – World Premiere
Best Short Film --- Nominee
Best Actress, Gabrielle Stone --- Winner
North Hollywood CineFest - Official Selection
Best Drama Short --- WINNER
Best Director Short --- Nominee
Best Actress, Gabrielle Stone --- Nominee
Beverly Hills Film Festival - Official Selection
Best Short --- WINNER
Best Actress, Gabrielle Stone --- WINNER
Cayman International Film Festival – Official Selection
California Women’s Festival (Summer) – Official Selection
Best Director – NOMINEE
Best Actress, Gabrielle Stone – WINNER
Best Actor, Randy Wayne – WINNER
Holly Shorts Film Festival – Official Selection
Action on Film Festival – Official Selection
Best Political Statement Short Film - WINNER
Best Female Filmmaker - NOMINEE
Louisville's International Festival of Film – Official Selection
Sutter Creek International Film Festival – Official Selection
Best Actor - Randy Wayne - WINNER
Best Actress - Gabrielle Stone - WINNER
Best Supporting Actress - Alex Lynn Ward - NOMINEE
Best Supporting Actor - Chris Mulkey - NOMINEE
Best FX - NOMINEE
Best Director - Gabrielle Stone & Roze - WINNER
Best Short Film - WINNER
FANTastic Film Festival – Official Selection
Best Actress in a Short Film – Gabrielle Stone – NOMINEE
Best Supporting Actor in a Short Film – Randy Wayne – WINNER
Awareness Film Festival - Official Selection
Macabre Faire Film Festival – Official Selection
Best Dark Short Film- NOMINEE
Big Apple Film Festival – Official Selection
Worldwide Women’s Festival – Official Selection
Mammoth Film Festival – Official Selection
The Romford Film Festival - Official Selection