Filmmakers

Marc Meyers

Marc’s third narrative feature How He Fell In Love premiered at the 2015 Los Angeles Film Festival and will be theatrically released in July 2016. The LA Daily News says, “How He Fell In Love is truly adult moviemaking that respects both carnality and commitment. It’s the type of mature drama that’s rarely seen in American movies.”

My Friend Dahmer is set to be his next feature to direct. His screenplay, which is based on the award-winning graphic novel of the same name, landed on the prestigious 2014 Black List.

His previous film Harvest is a New York Times Critics’ Pick. Stephen Holden writes, “meticulously written and exquisitely acted … Harvest shows the truth of life as it is lived.” It stars Oscar nominees Robert Loggia and Barbara Barrie, Jack Carpenter, Arye Gross, and Tony Winner Victoria Clark, with original music by Grammy & Tony Winner Duncan Sheik. Harvest won Best American Independent Film at the 2010 Cleveland International Film Festival, among other honors. It was theatrically released in 2011, aired on Showtime & is available on all major digital platforms.

Marc’s debut feature Approaching Union Square was broadcast on Sundance Channel. Variety wrote, “thought-provoking… touches with skilled insight,” and “reps a fine calling card for a clear, even voice.”  Following its International Premiere at the Montreal World Film Festival, The Montreal Gazette called Approaching Union Square a “startlingly accomplished debut.”

He is an alumnus of various theater collectives in New York including the Ensemble Studio Theatre and Cherry Lane Theatre. Marc formerly handled sales & sponsorship at Variety, Inc. Marc began his career as a development consultant for the IFP Market & Gotham Awards. He's a graduate of Franklin & Marshall College.

Marc lives with his wife & producing partner Jody Girgenti and their daughter in Brooklyn, NY. He is represented by United Talent Agency (UTA) and Aperture Entertainment in Los Angeles.


Jody Girgenti

Jody is an executive and creative producer with a diverse array of experience in entertainment and media.

Her most recent feature How He Fell In Love premiered at Film Independent’s Los Angeles Film Festival. It stars Matt McGorry (How To Get Away With Murder, Orange Is The New Black) and Amy Hargreaves (Homeland, Blue Ruin), and will be released in summer 2016.

Her previous feature Harvest is a NY Times Critics’ Pick. Stephen Holden writes, “meticulously written and exquisitely acted … Harvest shows the truth of life as it is lived.” It stars Oscar nominees Robert Loggia and Barbara Barrie, Jack Carpenter, Arye Gross, and Tony Winner Victoria Clark, with original music by Grammy & Tony Winner Duncan Sheik and David Poe. Harvest was released theatrically in 2011, aired on Showtime & is now available on all major digital platforms. Her feature Approaching Union Square aired on the Sundance Channel.

Additionally, Jody launched the filmed content production division for digital agency MRY (formerly LBi) with an expanded focus on partnerships with publishers, influencers, and creator networks. Client work includes award-winning brand content for Visa, Adobe, J&J, Sony, Coca-Cola, and more.

Formerly, she served as an original programming executive at AMC, where Jody oversaw shows in development and supervised production of pilots and series including Sunday Morning Shootout and Movies 101. An early internal advocate pushing AMC towards cinematic scripted storytelling, Jody was an integral part of the original development team then responsible for Mad Men.

She worked for independent distributor ThinkFilm at its inception, working on a slate of theatrical releases, including Oscar-nominee Spellbound. Before ThinkFilm Jody worked at Court TV, part of the development team responsible for documentaries and original movies, including Peabody award-winning The Interrogation Of Michael Crowe and global social issue campaign Speak Truth To Power.

Jody is a member of the Producers Guild of America. She is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband & producing partner Marc Meyers and their wonderful daughter.

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