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Megan Griffiths

Megan Griffiths

For the past decade, Megan Griffiths has been a director, writer and producer in the independent film community. Megan’s second feature, The Off Hours, premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival and stars Amy Seimetz (Tiny Furniture), Ross Partridge (Baghead) and Scoot McNairy (Monsters). Variety said: “The Off Hours provides a reverse angle for a road movie, focusing not on the people passing through but on those who stay behind.”

Megan has produced such projects as 2011 Sundance absurdist buddy comedy, The Catechism Cataclysm, and 2006 Slamdance Special Jury prize-winner, The Guatemalan Handshake. She was a co-producer on the upcoming Lynn Shelton comedy, Your Sister’s Sister, starring Emily Blunt, Rosemarie Dewitt and Mark Duplass, and on the acclaimed 2007 Sundance documentary, Zoo.

Megan received her MFA in Film Production from the Ohio University School of Film. While in school Megan wrote and directed three award-winning student films including not Waving but Drowning, a 2001 Student Academy Award nominee. Megan directed her first feature, First Aid for Choking, in 2003, and has since written and directed two narrative shorts, Moving and Eros, and a short documentary on Seattle indie radio station KEXP for Megan also serves on the boards of the Northwest Film Forum and the Sustainable Style Foundation, and is an active advocate for sustainable production. Megan is currently in production on her third feature film, Eden

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