Profile

Steven Saylor
Associate Professor
MFA, Temple University
MA, Temple University
BA, Franklin and Marshall College

Steven Saylor is an associate professor in the University of the Arts’ Writing for Film & Television program, where he has taught since 1996, and is a writer, director and editor of narrative films.

His movies have played and won awards in film festivals around the world, aired on public television, and been distributed on home video and via the Internet. He completed his fourth feature, the psychological thriller Bodies, in December of 2012. Before that, he made the comedy-drama God’s Country, Off Route 9, the noir thriller Beat the Air and the multi-award-winning satire The Pope of Utah.

Among his awards are Best Feature in the Chicago Underground Film Festival and Best Low-Budget Feature in London’s Raindance Film Festival. He was also honored by the Motion Picture Sound Editors for a student short.

Before earning his MFA in film, Saylor was a sportswriter and copy editor at the Lancaster, Pa., Intelligencer Journal and an editor for public-television magazines in Philadelphia and New Jersey. He has also written numerous scripts for educational videos.

In addition to his film degree, Saylor holds a master’s in creative writing and English.


Class Schedule, Fall 2014

W01:00PM - 03:50PMCraft Sem: Screenplay Adapt
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10:00AM - 11:20AM
10:00AM - 12:50PM
Intermediate Screenwriting I
T01:00PM - 03:50PMSenior Screenplay I

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