Matt Braunsdorf is a director, cinematographer and editor whose body of work includes film, television, Broadway, music videos and web content.
His background is in film production and financing, having worked at iDeal Partners Film Fund for 6 years. In his time there, he oversaw production of the films "Dirty Girl", "The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete", "Pump", as well as many others.
In the world of TV, he was Director of Photography on the Comedy Central series "This Week at the Comedy Cellar" and "Astronomy Club." He has also shot and edited TV spots for Broadway shows like "Chicago," "Something Rotten," "King Kong," "The New One," "Sweat," "Mean Girls," and "Waitress," among many others. Additionally, he's edited television shows like "New York's Funniest," "Building off the Grid," "Blissful Thinking," and short form content for Fuse TV.
His work in web content includes SaturdayNight Live, Comedy Central, Improv Everywhere, People Magazine, NBC Sports, The New York Post, The Nerdist, Above Average Productions, College Humor, and UCBComedy. Most recently, Matt directed and edited the second season of "Draftsville" for NBC Sports.
Matt has made multiple award-winning short films including "John the Carpenter," which won "Best Cinematography" and "Best Score" at the Nightmares Film Festival and Other Worlds Festival, respectively, and "This is That Night," which won "Best Narrative Short" at the Yonkers Film Festival. Most recently, he directed and edited "Uber Ex," which won "Best Screenplay" and "Best Ensemble" at LA Comedy Fest, "Best Comedy" at the Cape Fear Independent Film Festival, the “Director’s Choice Award for Best Comedy Short” at the Austin Revolution Film Festival, and "Best Actor" at the Discover Film Awards.
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