Paige Morrow Kimball is an award-winning filmmaker and actor who was raised with a Steenbeck in the closet of her Brooklyn apartment. When her dad wasn’t working the night shift as a DeeJay on the radio, he taught her to make films on 16mm celluloid. Together they made classics like “The Great Cookie Bake” and she was hooked on filmmaking.
Paige is a writer, director and producer in both the documentary and scripted spaces. She created 16 films for HBO’s Sesame Street. Paige’s documentary, POWERS, screened at Oscar Qualifying Festivals internationally, won 12 Awards and garnered distribution by Trademark Films. Her highly acclaimed social justice narrative film, PLAY DATE, won seven Awards, and is now streaming on ROKU. Other projects include: OFF THE WALL, LA a doc for PBS, award-winning comedy short, ENDING UP, and Comedy Pilots, LEMONADE and EXILED OUT EAST.
Paige’s extensive credits in unscripted TV include Project Greenlight, The Oprah Winfrey Show, 16 Days Of Glory and many more. Paige was in the CBS Directors Program, the Sony Directors Program, the DGA Diverse Directors Mentorship Program and the WeForShe DirectHer Program. Her feature film, The So Long Summer is in late development.
Paige loves both sides of the camera. As an Actor, she has appeared in television shows, films, commercials and live theatre. Her work as an actor makes her a stronger director and her directing experience feeds her acting craft.
Paige’s articles about gender parity and ageism in Hollywood have been published in The Huffington Post and Women’s Voices for Change. She co-founded advocacy groups, Best DirectHER and The Makazan Films Director Program in support of underrepresented directors. She’s a member of the DGA and SAG-AFTRA, and holds a BFA from NYU Film School. Paige lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two daughters.