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Kyle Romanek has spent the last decade climbing the ranks as a cinematographer, director, and editor. He has won two Daytime Emmy awards including one for cinematography alongside a small film team for a series featured on the Oprah Winfrey Network. The series was developed into a feature film "The Biggest Little Farm" which was shortlisted for the 2019 Academy Awards.

 

Kyle was first inspired to pursue filmmaking at the age of 7 after watching the second VHS of James Cameron’s “Titanic.” He started with making home movies and later acquired a Bachelor's Degree of Science in Film Studies from Full Sail University. Immediately after graduation, Kyle was accepted into the Creative Minds Filmmaking Institute at the Cannes Film Festival. Inspired and motivated, Kyle set out to direct his first feature film based on a script of his own writing, “Astray." It is now available on Amazon.  Since the release of Astray, Kyle has directed another independent feature film "Arg Stairs" as well as an award-winning T.V. pilot through WMZ Entertainment titled "F.A.M." 

 

Kyle is currently producing commercials for Maryland's largest craft brewery, Flying Dog Brewery in Frederick, MD. He started a video production company in 2021. Kapow Video is an original content studio focused on developing feature-length narrative and documentary films. Kapow is currently in post-production on a docu-series on semi-professional football and developing two original feature-length films to be produced in 2023. 

AWARDS & RECOGNITIONS

Best Drama T.V. Pilot & Nominated Best Director | F.A.M. | NYCIFF 2018​

Nominated Best Director | F.A.M. | Southern Short Awards 2018

The New Normal Award | "Ditch the Van" | Telluride Mountainfilm 2017

Daytime Emmy Award for Cinematography | "Worry for Maggie" Super Soul Sunday Shorts 2017

Nominated Best Narrative Feature | "Astray" | Long Beach Indie 2014.

Nominated Best Narrative Feature | "Astray" | CENFLO 2014.

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