Everett Lewis is an American independent filmmaker who has written and directed nine independent features: The Natural History of Parking Lots (Sundance 1990), An Ambush of Ghosts (Sundance 1992), Skin & Bone (Toronto 1994), Luster (Outfest 2000), FAQs (Philadelphia 2002), Lucky Bastard (Outfest 2008), The Pretty Boys (2011), Somefarwhere (to be released in 2012, and premiered at the Paris Gay and Lesbian Film Festival Cheries Cherie). He is editing his tenth film, Territory (shot in the summer of 2011), writing his eleventh, Lightning Field (to be shot summer 2012), and working on Balthazar (in preproduction; to be shot summer 2013).
Lewis earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from North Carolina State University and a Master of Fine Arts from the University of Southern California. He has served on the faculty or as a guest lecturer of a number of colleges and universities, including the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts, Chapman College and Long Beach City College.
|1990||The Natural History of Parking Lots||director; writer; editor|
|1992||An Ambush of Ghosts||director|
|1994||Skin & Bone||director; writer; editor|
|Eye of My Heart||director; writer; editor|
|2000||Luster||director; writer; editor|
|2005||FAQs||director; writer; editor; also known as Prends-Moi in France|
|2008||Lucky Bastard||director; writer; editor|
|2010||The Pretty Boys||director; writer; editor|
|2011||Somefarwhere||director; writer; editor|
|2012||Territory||director; writer; editor|