Miriam Sachs

filmmaker/writer

Short Films

Bed Bugs

A Student Named Art

Due No Later Than

Miriam Sachs is a filmmaker, poet, and writer. Her short film, “Spoons,” was selected to screen at the 2015 Big Pride L.A. Film Festival as well as the 2016 Springfield Massachusetts LGBT Film Festival. She writes, directs, and produces films ranging from documentaries and public service announcements to surrealist narratives. She is presenting her stop motion project, “A Student Named Art,” at the 2016 Student Voices Summit & Screening, hosted by Christopher Coppola at the San Francisco Art Institute. Her multimedia piece, “Body,” won Best Interactive at the 2015 South Bay Student Video Festival. Miriam is also the News Director of the Mustang Morning News, a nationally award-winning bi-weekly newscast with a fully-equipped TV studio. 

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press

The Beach Reporter: "A Student Named Art" film award 

Awards

2016 STUDENT VOICES SUMMIT AND SCREENING

First Place

"A Student Named Art"  Writer/Director/Editor

2016 SOUTH BAY STUDENT VIDEO FESTIVAL

Best Experimental

“Send” Writer/Director/Editor

2013/2015 Pacemaker award

Best Bi-Weekly Newscast in the Country

Mustang Morning News, News Director

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​Miriam is a Literati Fellow with Get Lit – Words Ignite.
Check out more about Get Lit HERE and ​read more about Miriam in Simon & Schuster’s Get Lit Rising, available for pre-order HERE!

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