Moira Griffin(Producer), is currently the Vice President of Pipedream Productions, an independent film company in New York. She has produced short films including the award winning “Night Magic” by Bernardo Ruiz. She has worked in production management for a variety of companies including VH1 and Mega Entertainment (an Israeli based production company). A founding member of Ocularis, she is also the co-founder and advising director of Rooftop Films a non-profit film festival and production collective. She is also a former member of CAAMO (Contemporary African American Music Organization), founded by the late jazz great Makanda ken McIntyre dedicated to promoting free expression and continuing education in music and the performing arts with African- American origins. Moira is the founder of Universal Soul, which focused on bringing new music and art that crosses genres exposing new artists to a wider audience and helped launch the careers of such diverse bands as the Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra. In addition, she conceived and co-produced an album for JUNCTURE a large-scale exhibit which featured the work of over fifty accomplished young artists working in three art forms: story, drawing and song. Independently, she is currently producing the feature film APACHE directed by Coodie & Chike.
Tribeca All Access® | 2008