Michael Tyburski is an award-winning filmmaker of short films, documentaries, branded content, and commercials. His work has been featured on The New Yorker, Indiewire, NOWNESS, Short of the Week, and in Filmmaker Magazine, which named him amongst the “25 New Faces of Independent Film.”

He directed and co-wrote the short film, “Palimpsest,” which won a Special Jury Award at the Sundance Film Festival, and his short documentary, “Brooklyn Farmer,” was selected to screen at the San Sebastian Film Festival as part of the Culinary Zinema section, presented in conjunction with the Berlinale. His short, “Actor Seeks Role,” starring Alex Karpovsky and Dylan Baker, won the Grand Jury Prize at IFFBoston and was selected by The New Yorker as part of their Screening Room series. He’s currently in post-production on his first feature-length film, which was selected for IFP's Emerging Storyteller's Program and the Screenwriting Lab at the Hampton’s International Film Festival. The script is a recipient of both the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation’s Screenplay Award and Sun Valley Film Festival’s High Scribe Award. In 2018, he was named a Feature Film Fellow by the Sundance Institute, after attending the Film Music and Sound Design Lab at Skywalker Sound.

His commercial work includes directing projects for Google, Target, Mircrosoft, L'Oreal, BlackBerry, Purina, GE, and Verizon.

Michael grew up in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, and now lives and makes films in New York City and Los Angeles.

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