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Associated Film:
To Be Invisible

Myah Overstreet


Director, To Be Invisible 

Myah Overstreet is a Brooklyn-based filmmaker and journalist from Oakland, California. After completing her master’s degree at the Graduate School of Journalism at UC Berkeley, her debut film To Be Invisible was acquired by The New Yorker and premiered at the 40th annual Sundance Film Festival. Myah’s area of focus is on culture and social inequalities among marginalized communities. She is dedicated to amplifying untold stories about the history and narrative of the Black woman in America. She has taken on freelance roles as a producer, researcher, editor, and coordinator for independent filmmakers. Her previous documentary film roles include work as an associate producer on Black Mothers Love & Resist (2022), which premiered at the San Francisco International Film Festival, and most notably, her work as a production assistant on the film Homeroom (2021), which is currently streaming on Hulu. Myah’s written work has appeared in The Washington Post, YES! Magazine, The California Health Report, Oaklandside, and The Richmond Pulse.