Amy Slucter Taylor
Amy Taylor graduated from Stanford University with an honor’s degree in International Relations. Following graduation, Taylor received a German Federal Chancellor fellowship to study film and theater in Berlin. While in Berlin, Taylor worked with a local theater troupe, directing plays at the Theaterhaus Mitte. After returning from Berlin, Taylor began the MFA program at the USC School of Cinema-Television. At USC, Taylor directed a number of films, including the documentary Childless by Choice and the narrative short Robert and Theresa. Taylor was the 2002 recipient of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences multi-camera directing internship at The Young and the Restless. She was also the winner of the 2003 Alfred P. Sloan award for feature screenwriting for her full-length script The Cure. After graduating from USC, she worked as the director of development for Cormacks Productions. In 2006 her romantic comedy The Surrogate received first place in the Phoenix Film Festival and the Big Bear Lake Film Festival. Currently, she works as a screenwriter/producer. Amy Slucter Taylor was awarded a Screenwriting grant at USC in 2003 for Cure

Sloan-awarded films