Cale Glendening is a director who has spent the last decade travelling the world filming on five continents in over 35 countries, with clients including Mazda, Google, Red Bull, Cholula, Dollar General, ESPN and Animal Planet.
Cale’s short film ‘Why Don’t You Send Nudes’ premiered at the Oscar qualifying Nashville Film Festival. He is currently directing a feature documentary with Kevin Costner and Dwier Brown about Field of Dreams and has several features and episodic projects in the works in both scripted and unscripted worlds.
Cale immerses himself completely in his work, not only capturing amazing places, but throwing himself into intense conditions. He’s lived with indigenous people in the rain forest, dined with cannibals along the Ganges River in India, and hunted with Kazakh-Mongolia Eagle Hunters in the remote Altai Mountains. The impact of all his travels has led him to work and volunteer with many non-profits. He believes it is not only imperative to give back but empower others to take action and truly make a difference in the world.