| Biography |
Misha Zubarev is a filmmaker and a freelancer, and has been actively working in television and film production for over 8 years. He fell into directing by chance during late summer of 2007, and he has been doing it ever since! He directed an Award-Winning TV show which recieved two Telly Awards (Silver & Bronze), and two AVA Awards, a Platinum and Gold. In May 2009, he successfully directed his first 48 Hour Film Festival project in Philadelphia. Him and his team, Delaware Independent Filmmakers, had received two awards for their project entitled Money Talks: Audience Award and Best Use of Prop Award.
One of his short films has also received a Best Original Score award from WestFEST short film festival in 2005.
Misha currently works as a freelance director and producer for various companies and organizations. One such company is Everest Productions Corporation, a prestigious TV studio in Central New Jersey. Everest Productions has received over two dozen Telly, AVA, and other awards. The company has also produced over 1000 hours of programming over the past two years. He also directs a web mini-series for Stonestreet studios, an NYU Conservatory that is a part of Tisch School of the Arts.
Misha has been highlighted in MovieMaker Magazine, In Focus Philadelphia, as a Philadelphia Filmmaker in Fall '06 & Fall '08. He has also served as curator for the hotINK 2008, 2009, & 2010 International Festival of Play Reads in New York City, and has also curated QuickFlick New York 2010.
Misha is also a contributing writer for ReelTalk Movie Reviews, and also works as a script supervisor, teleprompter operator, videographer, and editor.