So I'm just telling you, with passion, and an idea, and commitment, you can do anything you set out to do.
This episode, Aliza chats with award-winning filmmaker and director Paige Morrow Kimball about her work and how she’s helping women and underrepresented communities find roles in the film industry. Aliza ends the episode with a conversation with her daughter Zoe McKay about the Women in Film Club she started at her school and her aspirations to work in film.
Episode Highlights 2:41 - Beginning of Paige’s interview 8:06 - Why Paige started creating content for women by women 19:35 - Positivity in the midst of the pandemic 23:27 - Beginning of Zoe’s interview 24:14 - Why Zoe started a Women in Film Club
More About Paige Paige Morrow Kimball was raised in Brooklyn and attended NYU. She began her career producing music videos for Atlantic Records and sports documentaries for the Olympics. She went on to produce and direct unscripted television shows including HBO’s Project Greenlight, ABC’s Oprah Winfrey Show and many more. Later, she directed 14 films for Sesame Street. During the pandemic, Paige filmed the documentary, Powers, on her iPhone, which won nine Festival Awards to date. Her highly acclaimed short, Play Date, won seven festival awards and was distributed by Amazon Prime and Omeleto.com. Paige was in the CBS Directors Program, the SONY Directors Program, the inaugural DGA Diverse Directors Mentorship Program and the WEFORSHE DirectHer Program. She is currently in late development of her award-winning feature film, Late Bloomers. [Source]