Brett Caroline Levner, MFA, is an associate professor of film in the College of Fine Arts. She graduated with honors from New York University and got her start at MTV where she worked her way up from intern to producer on shows like True Life, Diary, Made and My Super Sweet Sixteen. She attended Columbia University’s graduate film program where she became the first woman to win the Coca Cola Refreshing Filmmaker Award. She directed the music video for O.A.R.’s hit song Lay Down, which took home the MTVu Woodie Award for Most Streamed Video and has produced and camera operated on several hit shows including The First 48, Bridezillas, The Shift, Flip This House and Sister Wives. She most recently directed, The Track, a feature film about underage sex trafficking in Las Vegas starring Sam Trammell (True Blood). The film was awarded “Best Local Feature” and “Best First Time Feature Film Director” at the Las Vegas Film Festival. It is currently available on Amazon Prime. She is the faculty advisor for Cinefemmes, a student organization that supports women in film, and is on the board of the Nevada Women’s Film Festival.