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Skinner Myers - Loyola Marymount University. Los Angeles, CA, US

Skinner Myers Skinner Myers

Clinical Assistant Professor of Production | Loyola Marymount University

Los Angeles, CA, UNITED STATES

School of Film and Television

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Nightmares by the Sea Festival Screener

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Biography

SKINNER MYERS is an award-winning filmmaker based out of Los Angeles. He has written and directed 11 films, including 'La Tierra del Exodo', 'Nightmares by the Sea', 'Things of Beauty Burn' and 'Frank Embree', which took home the Grand Jury Award at Hollyshorts. His feature film debut, 'The Sleeping Negro', is premiering at the 2021 Slamdance Film Festival. Myers has studied at Columbia, Brooklyn College, the USC School of Cinematic Arts and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. from the University of Amsterdam.

Education (3)

University of Southern California: M.F.A., Film and TV Production 2014

Brooklyn College: M.A., International Affairs 2011

Columbia University: B.A., Japanese 2008

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Areas of Expertise (9)

Education/Learning

Motion Pictures and Film

Acting

TV Writing and Production

Feature Film Screenwriting

Adobe Premiere

Directing

Avid Media Composer

Entertainment

Industry Expertise (3)

Education/Learning

Entertainment

Motion Pictures and Film

Languages (2)

  • Japanese
  • English

Media Appearances (3)

Meet Skinner Myers of One Hand Clapping Pictures in Culver City

VoyageLA  online

Interview from December 2008.

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Writer/Director Skinner Myers' New Film, "Frank Embree," Wins The HollyShorts Grand Jury Award

SHOOT  online

The 100-year-old story of the lynching of Frank Embree is brought to life by up and coming filmmaker Skinner Myers in an award winning short film.

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Filmmaker Interview: Skinner Myers

THE MICROCINEMA SAVANT  online

Possessing a wide range of festival knowledge obtained during his extensive submission and attending processes, Skinner shares with us a great deal of insight. This episode of The Cut Speakuence delves into the pluses and minuses of film schooling just as much as it does with film fest tips and tricks. Learning right from the mouth of someone who’s been there is a great rule of thumb.

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