Tyler Measom has been involved in many award-winning, internationally recognized films, both feature and narrative.
Living in Stereo
co-director, producer, cinematographer
Steeped in music, rock icons, and elusive interviews, Living in Stereo details the implausible genesis of MTV, the rapid rise of the brand, and the global revolution that followed.
Currently in production
Living in Stereo Sizzle
Sizzle Reel for Living in Stereo.
An Honest Liar
co-director / producer / cinematographer
An Honest Liar features world-famous magician, escape artist, and world-renowned enemy of deception, James ‘The Amazing’ Randi.
The film made its world premiere at the prestigious 2014 Tribeca Film Festival. It screened at over 50 film festivals, winning numerous awards. An Honest Liar had a successful theatrical run in over 80 U.S cities.
Tyler Measom co-directed the film with Justin Weinstein.
Sons of Perdition follows three teenage boys after they escape from the secretive FLDS polygamist sect and must fend for themselves in mainstream America.
After premiering at the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival, Sons of Perdition went on to play at over 60 film festivals worldwide and in 20 U.S. theaters. It is part of the OWN Network and is currently on Netflix.
Tyler Measom co-directed the film with Jennilyn Merten
Sons of Perdition Trailer
True Believer - NPR Podcast
Measom was the producer of a long format radio documentary (26 minutes) for the NPR Podcast Snap Judgement. The podcast episode "True Believer" tells journey of a polygamist family's journey out of their faith.
A 30-minute documentary produced for PBS, Beehive Spirits won a regional Emmy in 2013. Co-directed by Jennilyn Merten
Utah's history is steeped in alcohol production, yet the industry was lost to conservative politics and federal prohibition. Now, in these latter days, it is being resurrected by brave pioneers of the craft.
The Showtime documentary Jesus Town, USA premiered at the 2015 HotDocs Film Festival.
For 88 years, a small Oklahoma town has pantomimed Christ’s passion play in a cow pasture. Jesus Town USA is a light-hearted documentary chronicling a 300-strong amateur cast, 46 horses, and Zack, a rotund paperboy currently cast as Jesus – who happens to be a closet Buddhist.
Directed by Julian T. Pinder and Billie Mintz. Edited by Genea Gaudet.
Jesus Town USA Trailer
ELDER - short film
producer / cinematographer
A short documentary chronicling a love story between a Mormon missionary and a communist in 1974.
ELDER premiered at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival and has played at numerous festivals worldwide. It is part of the New York Times OpDocs.