Andrew K. Meyer is a director, screenwriter and occasional performer currently based in Queens, NY. He made his directorial debut with his short film, "Wreck", a Hypokrite Films production. In July of 2016, Andrew co-founded StoneStreet Cinema and has directed three narrative shorts under the company since: "I Heart NY", "Egg" and "The Nativitree".
NYC Performing Credits:
The Chris Gethard Show, Hello Giggles Live at UCB, L'illusion Comique, Songs for a New World
I <3 NY
by StoneStreet Cinema, LLC (Comedy) Director, Co-writer Having always lived just across the river, a young man visits New York City for the first time.
Film (short) by StoneStreet Cinema, LLC (Comedy) Director, Co-writer A life in a day with a girl and her egg.
Film (short) by StoneStreet Cinema (Comedy and Drama) Director, Co-Writer It’s Christmas Eve. But there is no tree. And it doesn’t seem like there will be. When a young man queries to his old man, he is met with unyielding resistance. Pop denies him Christmas, so he defies his Pop, setting off on a quest to reclaim his family’s yuletide spirit.
Film (short) by Hypokrite Films (Drama) Director, Producer Xavier started to film on a whim one summer. Nothing in particular, nothing spectacular- just his friends and family in everyday life. When he is killed suddenly in a car crash, his best friend Kyle takes his place behind the camera in an attempt to process his unexpected loss. Compiling footage from before the accident by Xavier’s hand and the weeks that follow by Kyle’s, we witness the struggle faced by people shattered by the loss of a loved one and their determination to piece themselves back together.
The Chris Gethard Show
Internet by MNN Studios (Comedy) Actor Chris Gethard hosts a panel of comedians and weirdos who participate in games, take calls from listeners, and generally put on a bizarre live weekly spectacle.
Internet by Hypokrite Films (Comedy) Producer, Co-writer, Actor Unrelated is an original comedy web series about six young adults living in one house together with no relation to each other and no adult guidance. We’ re tackling the teen stereotypes and then cutting out all the bull, with a character-driven comedy that’ ll hit close to home in what it felt like for all of us to grow up in the mayhem of young, suburban adulthood