Meg Pinsonneault is an award-winning filmmaker, photographer, screenwriter, change-maker, social media guru, adrenaline junkie, stargazer, globetrotter, dreamer, believer, embellisher, lover of handstands, and former clown. She’s co-founder and creative director of Weird Pixel, a cool and fresh approach to indie film, photography, and social media. A micro-budget and crowd-funding veteran, Meg is known as a leader in short form and documentary filmmaking. Meg has been featured in print with Cupcake Quarterly Magazine and Conscious Magazine, and on websites like IndieWire, Film Courage, Take Part, and Film Radar, just to name a few. She’s no stranger to the film festival circuit either, screening at over two dozen fests including the prestigious HollyShorts Film Festival at Grauman’s Chinese Theater in Hollywood. An Emerson College alumni, Meg’s also an award-winning art director, panelist, blogger, radio show guest, poet, and weird-maker. She believes that with dedication and hard work, anything is possible.
Unique traits: Storyteller. Board Lover. Adventure Seeker. Stop Motion Animator. Car Enthusiast. Space Nerd. Punk For Life. Weird Maker. Wild Wanderer. Lover of Cylons.
Lilly Watson Wants Her Yearbook Back Adventure ⋄ Family After finding a secret machine that transforms ghosts back into humans, two young friends embark on an adventure to help the ghost of a young cheerleader that haunts them.
Black Fantasy ⋄ Horror ⋄ Mystery ⋄ Thriller A twisted tale about a young pregnant woman trying to cope with the permanent loss of her vision, but is tormented by realistic dreams of apocalyptic horror and devastation.
IndieReign Project of the Month
Best Short Thriller - Firstglance Film Festival
Nominated Best Short Film - Female Eye Film Festival
IndieWire Project of the Month
RAW Filmmaker of the Year
Nominated Best Short Documentary - Maverick Movie Awards
Bronze Telly Award - Best Art Direction
Emerson College (Boston, MA)