Award winning Myrl Schreibman is an Adjunct Professor in the UCLA Department of Film, Television and Digital Media and a producer and director for over 35 years of stage, television and motion pictures. Recognized by the New York Theater Wing Tony Awards, he has directed or produced for Universal Studios, Columbia Studios and Paramount Pictures, and has countless independent television and feature projects to his credit. His television movie The Girl The Gold Watch and Everything and his feature The Clonus Horror has garnered the coveted Saturn Award from the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror and his movie Hunter’s Blood has been written up in textbooks and studied in terms of film structure by students in colleges and universities throughout the country. His professional career is too extensive to mention in this small space but after starting out as an actor, and then a producer and director he has worked with a who’s who of the industry counting among his colleagues and friends the likes of Gil Cates (Producer of the Oscars), and Justin Lin (director of Annapolis). He is the author of the highly successful “The Indie Producers Handbook, Creative Producing from A- Z” the leading book in the country on producing and used by film schools throughout the world and “The Film Director Prepares, A practical Guide to Directing Film and Television.” Although his duties as the Producing-Director of the UCLA Arts Camp and a professor in the School of Theater Film and Television keeps him quite busy he always finds the time to produce, direct, and most of all teach and mentor young artists. He is currently working on the writing of a new musical play with music and lyrics by Steve Kaminski called ROAD TO SOMEWHERE which brings him back to his love of the theater, and acting.