Steven Markowitz

Credits

YearRole / TypeName of Production / DirectorCompany / Venue
2018 - 2019Writer/Director/Editor
Film (Student)
Suburban SupernovaUniversity of Southern California
2018 - 2019Editor
Film (Student)
Something To Live For
Adva Reichman
University of Southern California
2019Editor
Film (Student)
Little Kevin
Kevin Alters
CalArts
2017 - 2018Editor/Script Supervisor/DIT
Film (Student)
Masks
Mahaliyah Ayla O
University of Southern California
2018Editor
Film (Student)
Father By Law
Maria De Sanctis
University of Southern California
2018Editor
Film (Student)
Privacy Please
Maria De Sanctis
University of Southern California
2017 - 2018Editor/Assistant Editor
Film (Short)
Kichkandi
Eelum Mani Dixit
Independent
2018Editor/Assistant Editor
Film (Student)
Girl Gang
Hayley Trafzer
University of Southern California
2018Editor/Assistant Editor/Script Supervisor
Television / TV
The Echo Worlds
Travis Miscenti
University of Southern California
2016 - 2017Editor
Online
YouTube Videos
Stu Pollard
Lunacy Productions
2017Editor/Assistant Editor/Script Supervisor
Film (Student)
Pop Rox
Nate Trinrud
University of Southern California
2016Writer/Director
Film (Student)
A New View
Steven Markowitz
Univeristy of Southern California
2013 - 2014Writer/Director/Animator/Editor
Film (Student)
Hands of Flame
Steven Markowitz
Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Education

    YearQualificationWhere
    2018Film and Television ProductionUniversity of Southern California
    2014AnimationRochester Institute of Technology

    About me

    Steven Markowitz, a dreamer from the dreary suburbs of New Jersey, grew up writing the first chapters of epic fantasy novels and drawing sci-fi comic books. He recently completed his MFA at the USC School of Cinematic Arts for Film and Television Production, focusing on the crafts of directing, writing, and editing.

    Steven currently has several short films he edited on the festival circuit, from his graduate thesis film Suburban Supernova, a coming of age fantasy weaving together live action, stop motion, and 2D animation, premiering at LA Shorts, Pop Rox, an official selection of the 68th Berlinale, to Masks, a drama inspired by the Pulse nightclub shooting and winner of three awards at the NBCUniversal Short Film Festival, with more to come soon.

    He continues to freelance edit, working on independent shorts, trailers, commercials, visual effects, and more. Reel available upon request.

    Referees

    Thomas Miller, editor, documentarian, professor of editing at USC School of Cinematic Arts, Nancy Forner, film and television editor, head of the editing track at USC School of Cinematic Arts

  • Skills

    Years in industry
    • 3 to 6 years
    Experienced in
    • Animation
    • Arts
    • Comedy
    • Film (Feature)
    • Film (Short)
    • Horror
    • Television
    Interested in
    • Animation
    • Arts
    • Childrens
    • Comedy
    • Documentary
    • Film (Feature)
    • Film (Short)
    • Horror
    • Television
    Languages Spoken
    • English
    Own a car?
    • Yes
    Driving Licences
    • Standard