Tyler Rabinowitz is a writer-director-producer and a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. Tyler is a 2020 Tribeca All Access Grantee, 2020 Sundance Artist Talent Forum Fellow, 2019 Sundance Creative Producing Summit Fellow, 2017 Sundance Ignite Fellow, U.S. Presidential Scholar in the Arts, and a 2017 Creative Culture Fellow at the Jacob Burns Film Center.
As a producer, his credits include Fox Searchlight’s LAVENDER (Sundance 2019, SXSW 2019, Aspen Shortsfest 2019), THE MESS HE MADE (SXSW 2017, Short of the Week, 2017 Iris Prize Finalist) and music videos for popular recording artists (Joan Baez, Train, and MAX's platinum hit single "Lights Down Low").
As a writer-director, his credits include SEE YOU SOON (BFI Flare 2020), HOW I GOT TO THE MOON BY SUBWAY (Vimeo Staff Pick, Outfest 2019, Palm Springs Int'l ShortFest 2019, 2018 Iris Prize Nominee) and ALIENTOLOGISTS, which was acquired by DUST and is the recipient of the National Board of Review’s 2018 Marion Carter Green Award. His feature screenplay DESIRE was recognized as Best Dramatic Feature at the 2019 Nashville Film Festival's Screenplay Competition, a 2019 Screencraft Screenwriting Fellowship Finalist, and a 2019 Bluecat Screenplay Competition Semi-Finalist.
Across the short film and music video spaces, Tyler’s work has garnered over 60 million views to date. His work has screened at the TCL Chinese Theaters, Smithsonian American Art Museum, and the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.