Bobby Miller is a writer/director/actor/amateur cartoonist/painter/bad musician. (In that order.)
He’s a 2009 graduate of Columbia University’s MFA Film program. His most recent short film, TUB, world premiered at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival and has gone on to play SXSW, Cannes, and other film festivals around the world. His feature film scripts have placed at Slamdance, Scriptapalooza, and the BlueCat Screenplay competition. And his previous short films have been broadcast on MTV, the IFC Channel, and WYBE.
Outside of film, Bobby has been a prolific web series producer. In 2009, he created the Webby-Award winning variety show The Best Short Films In The World for Next New Networks. In which he launched a Webby Award campaign to defeat Jimmy Fallon and won. His follow up The Reel Good Show , also won the “Best Variety Show” Webby Award in 2010. Both shows allowed him to wear many hats as writer, director, actor, producer, and editor. His previous work also includes directing a stop motion commercial for VH1 and writing for The Huffington Post and The Onion News Network.
He recently wrote, directed, and acted in “That Movie Show”, a web-series for MTV Networks and is currently prepping a web series for The Collective LA. He’s also actively trying to get his first feature film (or animated TV show) off the ground. Whatever comes first.