Meg Pinsonneault is an award-winning, festival screened director and screenwriter in Los Angeles. She is the founder of the budding production company, Thirsty Girl Films, which won the 2010 Filmmaker of the Year award from RAW: Natural Born Artists. She is currently in post production for a compelling short documentary about one filipino family’s journey to help their three children with facial deformities. Thirsty Girl Films is also in pre-production for a short period thriller, “Feast of the Foolish,” marked to shoot in May 2011. For more information, please visit www.feastofthefoolish.com
Meg is an avid screenwriter with a feature script currently circulating the studio system. She is also a staff writer and director for the sketch comedy website, brevityTV.com. In her spare time, Meg volunteers with the Writer’s Guild of America and the Central Pennsylvania Film Commission as well. An Emerson College alumni, she is also an award-winning photographer and art director, and published poet. She is an avid snowboarder, hiker, boater, and general outdoorsman. Meg has too many hobbies, but loves them all.
Meg’s awards and highlights include: Winner 2010 RAW Filmmaker of the Year for “A Lost Love Story”; Winner of Best Documentary at 2010 Octaedro Film Festival and Maverick Movie Award nomination for “Faces of Tomorrow,” a short documentary about an organization that helps kids with facial deformities; Finalist for Moveon.org contest, “Obama in 30 Seconds,” where 4.2 million people voted for the 15 winners, and celebrities like Ben Affleck and Moby voted for Meg’s stop motion entry; Winner of viral marketing concept campaign for AMP Energy Drink and Pepsi Company, 2008 Bronze Telly Award for Outstanding Art Direction in a Music Video; Featured artist on websites: MUBIGarage, RAW: Natural Born Artists, and the Coachella Review.
For more information, please visit www.thirstygirlfilms.com