Michelle Morris is a film and theatre producer based in Vancouver while working internationally. She has worked in film and television for over 25 years on productions for major US studios and Canadian production companies.
After earning her BFA in Film Production from York University she joined the Directors Guild of Canada in 1994 and worked primarily as a 1st Assistant Director. She has taught directing and the art of film making at several creative institutions, including guest lecturing at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. She has served on the board of directors of the Belfry Theatre in Victoria, event managed large international events in China, and is currently studying for her Masters of Arts in International Film Producing through Raindance and Staffordshire University.
Michelle’s mother was a bush pilot and her father a test pilot so she grew up as an adventurer – circumnavigating the globe twice by the age of 10. She has traveled to nearly 50 countries, lived in China, and spent a childhood in Iran.
Michelle has recently written, directed and produced the short film GOOD INTENTIONS, and she has produced the Crazy 8s 2016 Winner MEET CUTE by Patrick Currie and the 2017 MPPIA Short Film Award Winner, GOOD GIRLS DON’T. Currently, she is in development with Marie Clements’s beautifully written feature RED SNOW..
Further credits can be seen here: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0606812/