LISANNE SKYLER is the writer and director of award-winning feature, short, documentary and branded films that have been selected  for film festivals such as Sundance, the New York Film Festival, South by Southwest, AFI Fest, AFI Docs and the Venice Film Festival, and broadcast on HBO, PBS, Sundance Channel and all over the world.


RECENT FILMS are the Oscar Shortlisted  HBO Documentary Film BRILLO BOX (3¢ off) and A FEW THINGS ABOUT ROBERT IRWIN for the LACMA ART + FILM Gala. Across different genres and platforms, with subjects ranging from domestic violence to the contemporary art market, her films engage audiences with complex social issues, through vivid character portrayals and dynamic visual style.

NEW PROJECTS include the documentary MUSEUMS OF THE NIGHT, about the rise and fall of the 1980s downtown New York nightclub scene with producer Erin Wright and a scripted series with author Rebecca Chace.