Michele Meek

Film – Providence

Michele Meek, Ph.D. (she/her) is a writer, filmmaker, and professor. She has directed numerous award-winning short films, including "Bay Creek Tennis Camp" (2023), "Imagine Kolle 37" (2017), and "Red Sneakers" (2008), and she worked as associate producer on the documentary feature "Salvage" (2019), which premiered at SXSW Film Festival. She has several creative projects in the works—including a feature screenplay Cruisin‘, an episodic screenplay, and a documentary "The Impermanence of Everything." She is an Associate Professor in the Communication department at Bridgewater State University, where she teaches filmmaking, screenwriting, film studies, digital media, gender studies, and life design. In addition, she authored the book "Consent Culture and Teen Films" (published in 2023 with Indiana University Press), and she has published several other books including "Independent Female Filmmakers (2019) and "The Mastermind Failure Club" (2020). She presented a TEDx talk “Why we’re confused about consent—rewriting our stories of seduction” and has written for Ms. Magazine, Script Magazine, Entrepreneur, The Good Men Project, Salon.com, among others.

Showcasing at RAW Electric

November 22nd, 2024 @ 6PM EST