The younger of the Miller brothers, Joshua H. Miller, was born in Little Rock, Arkansas in 1978. He took an early interest in photography by watching his uncle and developed a love for film from his grandmother. In 2006 Josh co-wrote and produced the Joel David Moore directed short "MILES FROM HOME" which premiered at the 2007 South by Southwest Film Festival. In 2008 he Executive Produced Jeff Mizushima's award-winning feature "ETIENNE!", which won a Special Jury Prize at CineVegas 2009 and Best Narrative Feature at the 2009 Oxford Film Festival. Josh produced three Best of Arkansas films at the Little Rock Film Festival including the short films “ANTIQUITIES” and “THE DISCONTENTMENT OF ED TELFAIR", both directed by Daniel Campbell. The Miller produced documentary "LOOKING FOR LURCH", won the Audience Award at the 2010 Little Rock Film Festival and was nominated for the Festival Genius Award at the 2010 Gotham Independent Film Awards. In the fall of 2010, Josh teamed with his brother, Miles, to co-write the short "PILLOW", which also marked the duo's directorial debut. The film had a successful festival campaign screening at over 30 festivals including Austin Film Festival, Seattle International Film Festival, Florida Film Festival, and New Orleans Film Festival. In 2011 "PILLOW" took home Best Narrative Short at the Oxford Film Festival, deadCENTER Film Festival, and Indie Memphis Film Festival, as well as the Best Director award at the Little Rock Film Festival. In 2013 the Miller Brothers produced Jesse Burks' short "ONE PLEASE" with Kathryn Tucker. The film premiered at Slamdance and later screened at Tribeca Film Festival. "ALL THE BIRDS HAVE FLOWN SOUTH" is the Miller Brothers' feature directorial debut. The film premiered at Seattle International Film Festival in 2016.