Paige Wood

Paige Wood is an award-winning independent filmmaker, screenwriter, producer, and creative consultant who may or may not be the third Morgendorffer sister — only unapologetically Black and with better glasses. Born in Detroit and working worldwide, Paige has produced a number of short documentary and narrative films that have gone on to gain critical acclaim, such as "Femme Queen Chronicles" (2018, dir: Ahya Simone), "Riding with Aunt D. Dot" (2018, dir: Bree Gant), "The Giverny Document" (2019, dir: Ja'Tovia Gary), “W|ALLS: Defend, Divide, and The Divine” (2019, dir: Jeremiah Zagar) and "Showing Out/Showing Up" (2019: dir: Margot Bowman).

Currently, Paige serves as the Supervising Producer over a series of narrative-shifting, multimedia projects alongside JoLu Productions and Working Films, in addition to teaching part-time at Wayne State University's Film and Communications program. Paige is an alumni of Firelight Media's 2018-2019 Impact Producer Cohort, as well as a 2019 fellow of the Sundance Institute | Knight Foundation Program.

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Impact Producer Fellowship

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Impact Producer Fellowship

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