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Benjamin Meyer Wikipedia
Benjamin Meyer (birthdate ambiguous) is an American film editor and writer. As an editor, his credits include Normal Adolescent Behavior (New Line Cinema), directed by Beth Schacter and starring Amber Tamblyn.
As a writer-director of short films, his credits include What Are You Having?, which was awarded the Grand Prix du Court-Metrage at Deauville in 2003 (Roman Polanski, head of jury; Ben Kingsley, Tom Tykwer, among other jury members), as well as awards in North America and Africa. "[I]t was selected to screen at over twenty-five festivals on five continents." It currently broadcasts on the Independent Film Channel. His prior short, "Georgie Porgie", won top awards at six festivals in North America, and screened at festivals in North America and Europe. His short film Sold won the top student award at the Humboldt International Film Festival, which was juried by Alexander Payne. He received an MFA in Film Production at Northwestern University. He received his B.A. at Wesleyan University, where he graduated with in Film Studies. He currently resides Los Angeles.