Andrew Meyer

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Entertainment Industry Senior Executive, Producer, & Professor
Savannah College of Art & Design

Andrew Meyer has over 30 years experience as an educator, entertainment industry senior executive, and feature film producer. He has served as the President of Herb Alpert and Jerry Moss’ A & M Films, Robert Redford’s Wildwood Productions, and Norman Lear’s Act III Productions. Mr. Meyer is currently a member of the Faculty in the School of Entertainment Arts at the Savannah College of Art and Design.

Vinca & Andrew MeyerNotable among the many films he has produced, Fried Green Tomatoes was nominated for two Academy Awards (Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Supporting Actress), a BAFTA award and several Golden Globe nominations.

Mr. Meyer developed and produced The Breakfast Club, named by Entertainment Weekly as “The Best High School Movie of All Time”.

Mr. Meyer continued his success in film, producing such movies as Better off Dead (directed by Steve Holland, starring John Cusack), Bring on the Night (directed by Michael Apted, staring Sting), Breaking In (Directed by Bill Forsythe, starring Burt Reynolds), One Crazy Summer (directed by Steve Holland, starring Demi Moore and John Cusack), and Pyrates (directed by Noah Stern, starring Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgewick).

At the same time Mr. Meyer was producing movies, he turned his attention to teaching. He taught screenwriting at the Masters of Professional Writing Graduate Program at the University of Southern California, and was an Adjunct Professor at UCLA, teaching record business fundamentals. Mr. Meyer joined the Film Faculty in the School of Entertainment Arts at the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2004. He is the author of “Dancing on the Seats”, a step-by-step guide to college concert production published by Billboard Publications.

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