Victor Levin

Golden Globe winner Victor Levin has written for numerous TV shows, including Mad Men, The Larry Sanders Show, Dream On, and Mad About You, where he penned some of the show’s most memorable episodes and ran the show in its final two seasons. His screenwriting work includes Win a Date with Tad Hamilton!, Then She Found Me (co-written with Helen Hunt and Alice Arlen) and the U.S. remake of My Sassy Girl. His feature directorial, 5 to 7, a romance with comedy for grown-ups, opens on April 3 in New York and Los Angeles and then expands to other cities and countries.

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Talks

Talkhouse Film Contributors Remember Anton Yelchin

By Filmmakers | June 20, 2016

Talkhouse Film Contributors Remember Anton Yelchin

Joe Dante, Martin Donovan, Ben York Jones, Victor Levin and more pay tribute to the late great actor and ardent cinephile.

Victor Levin (5 to 7) Talks the Death of the Romantic Comedy: Was It Murder or Suicide?

By Victor Levin | March 28, 2015

Victor Levin (5 to 7) Talks the Death of the Romantic Comedy: Was It Murder or Suicide?

The veteran writer/producer turned director asks why one of our most beloved movie genres is currently in such a perilous state.