Megan St. John is a Chicago-based writer, director, and producer who loves bringing stories to screen.
Aside from narrative work, Megan has produced numerous corporate projects and music videos. A complete portfolio of her work can be viewed at www.meganstjohnproductions.com.
Megan is a graduate of the University of Chicago (BA, ’12). She has worked as a creative developer with Warm Springs Productions in Bozeman, MT, a producer with Lakeview Productions in Chicago, IL, and is the founder of Third Wheel Entertainment (www.thirdwheelentertainment.com), a Chicago-based filmmaking collective. She enjoys warm weather, road trips, and frozen yogurt. In her free time you can find her in the pool or at her local coffee shop, writing her next independent film.
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Television (Comedy) Writer, Producer Baristas Madison, Drew, and Ken work the afternoon shift because they can't handle the morning rush. But even though the afternoons are slow, they always finds some sort of trouble to get into, making their daily grind anything but boring.
Film (Comedy, Drama and Mystery) Actress Honeycrisp tells the story of Hannah and Greta Lawton - two estranged sisters with a turbulent past who meet up to clean out their suddenly deceased parents cabin and repair - or end - their relationship.
Film (Drama and Short) Writer, Director, Producer Mickey, a small-time gangster, stores all of his bank robbery loot in a safe under the watch of his sister, Lila. But when he brings a new employee over to the house, Lila plans on being anything but a gracious host and it's apparent that the money might not be that safe after all. Written by Megan St. John
Film (Comedy, Drama and Short) Writer, Director, Producer When two girls and two boys coincidentally rob the town bank on the same day in small-town, rural America, the result is a a love story, some dark twists, and a whole lot of sweet potatoes.
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"Best Illinois Film" (Broiled), Blue Whiskey Independent Film Festival
"Best Supporting Actress" (Elizabeth Stenholt, Broiled), Blue Whiskey Independent Film Festival
"Best Dark Comedy" (Broiled), Festigious International Film Festival
"Award of Excellence" (Strongroom), Canada Shorts Film Festival
University of Chicago