Barry Sandler has written and produced more than twenty feature films. His work as a Hollywood screenwriter began with the story credit for Kansas City Bomber while he was a graduate student at UCLA. Subsequent screenwriting credits include The Duchess and Dirtwater Fox, The Other Side of Midnight, Making Love, Gable and Lombard, The Mirror Crack’d, Evil Under the Sun, All American Murder and Crimes of Passion.

Sandler has taught for The American Film Institute, the University of Southern California School of Cinema and Television and UCLA. Today, Sandler teaches screenwriting and other specialized courses for the Film Department at UCF.

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