Summer Agnew is an independent filmmaker, director, and screenwriter from Los Angeles, California. She is best known for her documentaries, which have been featured in various festivals such as the SXSW Film Festival and the Los Angeles Film Festival.
Summer began her career as an actress and dancer, performing in numerous theater productions and music videos. In 2009, she began exploring her interest in filmmaking and wrote her first feature screenplay. Since then, she has written and directed four feature length films, multiple short films, and many music videos.
Summer’s most recent feature film, “The Glowing Moment,” chronicles the life of an artist over the course of one day. The film was praised for its honest portrayal of the creative process and was selected for the LA Film Festival.
In addition to her film work, Summer has also been active in the world of television. She has directed several episodes of the television series “The Red Line” and “The Fosters.” She also served as a director on the television movie “The Way We Weren’t.”
Summer’s directorial style is described as “vivid and honest,” often focusing on the exploration of intimate moments. She is passionate about creating stories that are both entertaining and thought-provoking, often examining themes such as identity, relationships, and human connections.
In addition to her film work, Summer is also an instructor at the Los Angeles Film School, teaching classes on screenwriting and directing. She also regularly speaks at film festivals and other events, sharing her insights and experiences as a filmmaker.
Summer Agnew has made a name for herself as a talented filmmaker, writer, and director. Her work has been praised for its honest and emotionally-charged approach to storytelling. She continues to inspire and motivate young filmmakers, providing them with the tools and guidance they need to succeed in the industry.