Menu'Ette Mechelle Silver
Writer. Director. Mentor. Student.
University of Southern California
M.F.A Film + Television Production candidate / May 2020
Rope / Short film
The Dope Years: The Untold Story of Latasha Harlins / Documentary
Producer / Writer
Triggers / Short film
Writer / Director
Mass Spec / Feature
Who is Ms. Menu'Ette M. Silver?
Menu’Ette is a third-year M.F.A Television & Film Production student at the University of Southern California from Baltimore, Maryland. In May of 2017, she graduated Magna Cum Laude from Frostburg State University with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Mass Communication. She has previously interned at JuVee Productions, WHAG-TV, and Allegany Radio Corporation. She is a certified college writing tutor, working on obtaining certification for tutoring elementary and middle school aged children.
Since moving to Los Angeles, Menu’Ette has become a volunteer mentor for EmpowHer institute, a non-profit organization that creates a safe space for girls to develop their voice. She is passionate about education, children, and is aware of the impact media can make on society. Thus, leading her to pursue a career in the entertainment industry. She believes with hard work and dedication one can accomplish anything that they put their mind to. She also appreciates and understands the necessity of collaboration to accomplish world change.
Menu’Ette has written, directed, and produced various short films. Amongst her USC films, Asher's Rose, Autonomy, and Boundaries are her most recent projects.
In her spare time, she enjoys reading Biblical devotionals, socializing with friends, traveling, hiking, boxing, hot yoga, and bonding with her husky mix Kodak Silver.
A woman of God with the gift of communication, a love for people and a heart for her generation. She hopes to inspire and uplift all whom she meets.