Cheryl Eagan-Donovan is a filmmaker whose debut documentary All Kindsa Girls screened at film festivals and art house theaters in London, Toronto and throughout the U.S., is featured in Paul Sherman’s book Big Screen Boston, and was short-listed for the PBS series POV. Eagan-Donovan served on the Board of Directors of the nonprofits Women in Film & Video New England and The Next Door Theater, and currently serves on the Board of Trustees of The Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship. She studied Shakespeare and wrote poetry as a literature major at Goddard College, has a BS in Finance & Business Administration from Boston University, and an MFA in Creative Writing from Lesley University. She has published articles about Shakespeare, screenwriting, and film in literary journals and magazines. She was awarded grants from the Shakespeare Fellowship Foundation and the De Vere Society to support the production of her new feature length film, Nothing is Truer than Truth, based on the book Shakespeare By Another Name. She currently teaches screenwriting, film, and literature at Lesley University, Northeastern University, Lasell College, and Grub Street Center for Creative Writing.
Name: Cheryl Eagan-Donovan
Lives in: Winchester, Massachusetts
Company: Controversy Films
Occupation: Director, Playwright, Producer, Screenwriter, Script Consultant and Unit Publicist