Bryan Wizemann

Bryan Wizemann is an independent writer, producer, director and editor of film based in Brooklyn, NY. You Mean Everything to Me, his fourth feature film, stars Morgan Saylor, Ben Rosenfield and Lindsay Burge and is out December 17 through Factory 25. He previously wrote and directed About Sunny, starring Lauren Ambrose, Dylan Baker, and Penelope Ann Miller, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Best Female Lead, and was distributed by Oscilloscope. His feature Losing Ground was adapted from his critically acclaimed New York stage play and features the original cast. It premiered at Cinequest with distribution by FilmBuff. His first film, the experimental 16mm feature Sense, starring Maria Dizzia, was programmed at the Johnson Museum of Art and the Angelika Film Centre. (Image by Jeff Vespa, used with permission.)

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The Long Shadow of Las Vegas

By Bryan Wizemann | December 15, 2021

The Long Shadow of Las Vegas

Writer-director Bryan Wizemann on how his Vegas upbringing has influenced all his films, including his latest, You Mean Everything to Me.