Moira Griffin

Exec Dir- Production, Creative Labs at Fox Networks Group
New Bumper And Paint Productions

MOIRA GRIFFIN is a producer and strategist based in Los Angeles for New Bumper and Paint Productions. As the former Executive Director of Production & Creative Labs for 21st Century Fox, she was charged with furthering Fox’s goals to create content that reflects the company’s global audience, attracts diverse storytellers, and positions the film, television studios and the networks as the home for innovative storytelling. Previously, she was the head of Diversity Initiatives at the Sundance Institute where she focused on developing diverse artists while by helping them gain access to the programs within the institute, as well introducing them to the international marketplace, finance and emerging technologies. As a strategist she has worked with organizations such as TED Conferences and the Blackhouse Foundation.
Moira has numerous projects under her belt including music videos, short films, features, documentaries and webseries for a variety of companies, including PBS, YouTube, and NBC Universal. With award-winning projects such as "Cap" (HBO), “Night Shift” (exec Produced by Viola Davis), “The New Black” (PBS), “Black Folk Don’t” (PBS/YouTube), “Hug”, and “The Contest” (Cartoon Network) premiering at festivals including Sundance Film Festival, SXSW, AFI Docs, Mill Valley Film Festival, and Human Rights Watch Film Festival, she is consistently focused on helping directors move their projects from development through post. Her next feature documentary "Alabamaland" is currently in production. A founding director of Rooftop Films, she has curated film programs for multiple organizations from Ocularis(NY) to the Global Peace Film Festival (Bali). In addition, she developed the Global Film Expression as a consultant with the IETFF in Monaco. The program has expanded to Ethiopia, Bangladesh, Mongolia, Egypt, Sudan, Egypt, Lebanon, Bhutan and has collaborated with Torino FIlm Labs, Rotterdam Berlinale, El Gouna, Dhaka DocLab and Marche du Film(Cannes).

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