Michael Tyburski

Michael Tyburski is a filmmaker based in Brooklyn, NY. His work has been featured by The New Yorker, Indiewire, Short of the Week, and in Filmmaker Magazine, which named him one of the “25 New Faces of Independent Film.” His short film Palimpsest premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, where it won a Special Jury Prize. He has received support from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and the Sundance Institute, where he was selected as a feature film fellow for the Film Music and Sound Design Lab at Skywalker Sound. His feature film debut, The Sound of Silence, premiered at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival and is being distributed by IFC Films.

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Talks

How I (Finally) Made My First Feature Motion Picture

By Michael Tyburski | September 11, 2019

How I (Finally) Made My First Feature Motion Picture

Writer-director Michael Tyburski charts the unexpectedly long journey he took to make his new movie, The Sound of Silence.

Why I Keep Returning to Barry Lyndon

By Michael Tyburski | February 24, 2017

Why I Keep Returning to Barry Lyndon

Michael Tyburski unpacks the enduring appeal of Stanley Kubrick's 1975 epic period piece, the film he considers the greatest of all time.

What I Learned Working on There Will Be Blood

By Michael Tyburski | March 15, 2016

What I Learned Working on There Will Be Blood

A decade on, filmmaker Michael Tyburski recalls his experiences as a PA on Paul Thomas Anderson’s modern masterpiece.