Menu'Ette Mechelle Silver
University of Southern California
M.F.A Film + Television Production 2020
Variety - Writer/Producer for Student Academy Winning film
"Triggers" Directed by Menu’Ette Silver | Fox Soul's Screening Room
Rope / Short film
Writer / Director
Micheaux Film Festival
Heartland Film Festival
The Dope Years: The Untold Story of Latasha Harlins / Documentary
Producer / Writer
Now on Aspire TV
Student Academy Award
Cannes Film Festival
Bronzelens Film Festival
21st Annual FineCut Film Festival
Triggers / Short film
Writer / Director
Now on Fox Soul
A dancer's internal battle with schizophrenia threatens to destroy her relationships and career.
Monarch Village / feature
A psychological thriller.
Who is Ms. Menu'Ette M. Silver?
Menu’Ette Silver is a passionate filmmaker from Baltimore, MD. Her love for storytelling and her voice for advocacy developed at a young age. After graduating from Frostburg State University with a B.S. in Mass Communication, she obtained her Masters in Film & Television Production from the University of Southern California. While attending USC, she produced and wrote The Dope Years, which won the Student Academy Award, the DGA West Region Award and is now on Magic Johnson’s Aspire TV. Her latest directorial Triggers is available on Fox Soul.
Since graduating USC, she has served as an Executive Assistant to Lil Rel Howery at kweliTV and Director’s Assistant to Delmar Washington. Silver is a volunteer mentor for EmpowerHer Institute, a non-profit organization that creates a safe space for girls to develop their voice. An advocate for mental health, Menu’Ette uses her creative platform to incorporate social justice into her work. An aspiring Showrunner/EP, she is working towards landing a spot in the writing room.