Meghan Ross

“Reel”

“If You Ever Hurt My Daughter, I Swear to God I’ll Let Her Navigate Her Own Emotional Growth”

THE NEW YORKER

“Here To Make Friends”

“Finally, a Female Candidate Likable Enough for Men”

THE NEW YORKER

“The Making of the Making of an Austin Short Film Masterpiece”

ADOBE

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Meghan Ross

Meghan Ross, a New York-born, Jersey-raised, and now Austin-based writer/director, comedian, and activist, excels in transforming feel-bad topics into feel-good narratives. Her unique approach involves making social issues more accessible and engaging through comedy. As a director, Ross is part of the Blackmagic Collective Emerging Filmmaker Initiative, showcasing her burgeoning talent in filmmaking. In her role as a screenwriter, she's a member of The Tasajillo Residency, further honing her craft.

Ross's achievements include being selected for the prestigious Women at Sundance Adobe Fellowship and the Sundance Episodic Lab. She has also been recognized with the NewNarratives grant from NewFilmmakers LA & Warner Bros. Discovery’s OneFifty. Her half-hour comedy script, "Here to Make Friends" – which doubles as her personal tagline – placed her among the Top 10 Finalists at Table Read My Screenplay: Park City.

Above all, Meghan Ross is an aspiring stage mom to her rescue pit-lab, Dreidel, bringing a personal and heartfelt touch to her dynamic and multifaceted career.

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