Malcolm D. Lee

Malcolm D. Lee has been making films since the age of 12 in animation, video and Super-8 film formats. He has been working professionally in the industry since age 17 as a production assistant, apprentice film editor, casting associate, assistant director, and director’s assistant.

After completing his undergraduate studies at Georgetown University in 1992 with a BA in English and Fine Arts minor, Lee accepted a year-long fellowship in screenwriting from Disney Studios where he completed two screenplays, including MORNINGSIDE PREP, a semi-autobiographical account of his experiences at predominately white prep-schools.

Following his early Hollywood experience he gained entry to New York University’s Tisch School Of The Arts, honed his craft as a director and writer, and went on to make a short film version of MORNINGSIDE PREP that claimed several awards (including 2 from the Black Filmmaker’s Hall Of Fame) and made it’s television debut on Showtime Networks in 1997.

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