Beth Dewey, a Los Angeles-based filmmaker, has made a name for herself with her captivating storytelling and dynamic vision. Renowned for her groundbreaking films like TWEEKED (2001), KILL HOUSE (2007), and ERASING EDEN (2016), Dewey has proven herself as a versatile writer and director. She has also left her mark on television, having directed the pilot episode of the popular Lifetime series, CRAZY LOVE.
Dewey's unique approach to filmmaking shines through in her focus on portraying modern and updated age and gender roles. Recognized for her exceptional talent, she received three Primetime Emmy nominations for her editing work before transitioning into new creative ventures in 2019.
Currently, Dewey shares her wealth of knowledge and passion for film production as a dedicated teacher at Loyola Marymount University. Additionally, she serves as an Acquisitions Executive for Indie Rights, further solidifying her influential role in the industry. Embracing the power of social media, Dewey is not afraid to challenge conventions and enjoys creating engaging content that makes her a self-proclaimed "bad influencer." With an unwavering commitment to pushing boundaries and inspiring others, Beth Dewey continues to shape the world of cinema with her dynamic presence.
Writer (4 Credits)
Invisible Me (pilot)
Invisible Me (short)
Screenplay, Short Script
Director (4 Credits)
Erasing Eden - short film2015
3 Awards & Selections
TBD Erasing Eden
Downtown LA film festival Los Angeles
nominated for Best of Show Erasing Eden
Female Eye Film Festival Toronto
Stubbornly Independent award nominee- TBD Erasing Eden