PAIGE MORROW KIMBALL, WRITER, DIRECTOR, PRODUCER

 
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Paige Morrow Kimball began her production career in the unscripted television arena and later established herself in the scripted world, directing films for HBO’s iconic show, SESAME STREET. Her highly acclaimed social justice short film, PLAY DATE, won seven festival awards and is now a homelessness awareness arts-education program for middle schools. She directed a large budget comedy web-series, EXILED OUT EAST and wrote and directed an award-winning comedy short, ENDING UP, which was selected as ShortsHD’s Movie of the Week and distributed on ROKU’s ZPTV. Paige’s extensive directing and producing credits in unscripted TV, include: HBO’s PROJECT GREENLIGHT, ABC’s OPRAH WINFREY SHOW, FOX’s BOOT CAMP,  FXs NASCAR DRIVER and many more. She's a participant in several diversity programs including: WeForShe, CBS TV, SONY TV and the Directors Guild of America. She holds a BFA from NYU Film School and she has written articles about gender parity in media that have been published in The Huffington Post and other publications.

Paige’s production company, Makazan Films is committed to creating diverse, meaningful stories by, for and about women. You can find more of her work here.