Paige Morrow Kimball is an award-winning director, writer, and producer. Originally from New York City, Paige began her production career in the unscripted television arena, and later established herself in the scripted world.

Paige is currently in production on her brand new comedy web series, Lemonade. In 2017, Paige produced and directed seven short films for HBO‘s Sesame Street. In 2016, she co-ep’d and directed comedic web-series, Exiled Out East. Paige’s 2015 socially conscious short film, Play Date garnered seven awards at film festivals, won a prestigious $2,500 award from The Hendricks Foundation, and is now being developed into an educational program for middle schools. Paige’s 2014 festival favorite comedy short, Ending Up earned distribution by ShortsHD and ZPTV on Roku.

Currently, Paige is a participant in two highly prestigious Directing Programs: The CBS Directors Program and the DGA Diverse Directors Initiative Mentorship Program.  She was also a participant in the 2016-17 SONY TV Directors Program.

As a writer, Paige’s feature screenplay, Late Bloomer, reached the final round of consideration at the 2017 Sundance Screenwriters Lab and placed in the top 15% of the Nicholl competition. Paige is a frequent contributor to The Huffington Post and to Women’ s Voices for Change, writing articles about Gender Parity. As an actor, Paige has appeared in films, television and commercials bringing her acting experience to everything she directs.

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.

Paige’s production company, Makazan Films is committed to creating diverse, female-centric, meaningful stories and hiring as many awesome females in key positions as  possible. The logo is an image of her two daughters Makenzie and SuZanna dancing together. She firmly believes, if girls can see it, they can be it!

Makazan Films

Storytelling is in my DNA. My dad had a super 16mm camera and a Steenbeck in the closet of our Brooklyn Apartment. My directing debut was “The Great Cookie Bake” starring my brother in the lead role. I developed my filmmaking abilities along with a comedic perspective while growing up in a loving, semi-dysfunctional family, and I ran with it!

I went to NYU film School and PA’d for Woody Allen and Sindey Lumet. I went on to produce and direct a plethora of unscripted TV shows and documentaries. I paused my career to produce a couple of humans (a.k.a. my daughters) and then re-invented myself as a narrative filmmaker and actor. Soon I witnessed first hand, that fully dimensional roles for women in their 40s were too few, so I committed to changing the status quo: writing, producing and directing projects with roles for women like me who were despicably underserved. Five completed short films and one big-budget Web Series later, I’m developing my first feature film and having the time of my life, telling stories just like I did when I was a girl back in Brooklyn.

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