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Kevin Meyer

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For the American politician, see Kevin Meyer (politician).

Kevin Meyer is an award-winning filmmaker, director, and writer. He is known for movies such as A Smile Like Yours and Perfect Alibi. Meyer attended the USC School of Cinematic Arts and co-directed a 30-minute film called Divided We Fall with Jeff Burr. The film went on to win fourteen film festival awards and is considered one of the most decorated films in the history of USC Cinema. In addition to the awards for Divided We Fall, Meyer was given a bronze Award from the World Fest Houston in 1990 and a Western Heritage Award in 1994 for Across Five Aprils. He also wrote, produced, and directed a series of short documentaries for the National Museum of the United States Army.

^ Giles, Brady (December 20, 2012). "Divided We Fall Sets Stage For Future Film Careers". Industry News Corp. Retrieved February 25, 2013. ^ Zou, David (February 28, 2013). "Hollywood Just Ain't What it Used To Be". Taste of Cinema. Retrieved February 28, 2013. ^ Petrov, Tsvetan. "Rex Linn and Kevin Meyer Change The Face of Cooking". UML News. Retrieved March 4, 2013. ^ "Sit Down With Filmmaker Kevin Meyer". Movie Download How To. Retrieved February 28, 2013. ^ Reynolds, Gary. "Long Time Waiting, But The National Museum of the United States Army Is Almost Here". Tap into Museums. Retrieved February 25, 2013. 

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1997, A Smile Like Yours, Writer1995, Perfect Alibi, Writer & Director1993, Under Investigation, Writer & Director1992, Invasion of Privacy, Writer & Director1990, Across Five Aprils, Writer & Director1989, Stepfather II, Second Unit Director1989, Oklahoma Passage, Screenplay1986, Wanted Dead or Alive, Assistant Director1986, Terror at Tenkiller, Actor1982, Divided We Fall, Co-Director^ Cite error: The named reference KevinMeyerInterview was invoked but never defined (see the help page).^ Cite error: The named reference INC was invoked but never defined (see the help page).