Kyle Myers-Haugh is a filmmaker from North Carolina.
He graduated from the University of North Carolina-Wilmington, double majoring in Film Studies and English Literature.
At UNCW, Kyle made an observational short, Walker’s, about a historic black barbershop in Wilmington, NC. It premiered at the Chicago International Film Festival and was nominated for the International Documentary Association’s David L. Wolper Student Documentary Award.
Walker's screened at Cucalorus, the Royal Anthropological Institute (UK), RAI@USC, RiverRun, IndieGrits, BAMcinemaFEST, Ann Arbor, Aesthetica (UK), and as part of the Alamo Drafthouse’s Short Order program.
Kyle is interested in the observational mode, sensory ethnography, and time as an aesthetic device within film.