My name is Manu Boyer. I grew up in the south of France. I studied physics at the University of Paris while playing volleyball professionally. I then attended the Marcel Pagnol film and photography school.

Working as a cameraman and photographer, I moved to New York where I worked in multiple capacities throughout the film and television business while attending Writers Boot Camp where I learned to write screenplays.

Next, I wrote and directed three short films: the award winning EXPRESS, which played at prestigious film festivals around the world; AFFAIR and


Upon moving to Los Angeles, I directed I TRUST YOU TO KILL ME, a feature documentary about Kiefer Sutherland taking a rock band on their first European tour. The film was released theatrically in the U.S.

Recently, I wrote and directed TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, an independent feature film which has just been picked up by SHORELINE ENTERTAINMENT for international sales. I also wrote ADDICTED, a TV show drama, which is getting interest by several companies in the US...

I am now writting another TV show drama and prepping to shoot my second feature film LIMBO.