Director Nina Meredith Joins Greenpoint Pictures
Nina Meredith
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Nina Meredith--who earned inclusion in SHOOT’s 2018 New Directors Showcase back in May for her Intel’s Team in Flight branded documentary short--has joined Greenpoint Pictures for U.S. representation. Meredith’s commercial and documentary work has won numerous national and international awards including Cannes, Webby and Clio recognition. She has filmed in more than 30 countries, generating work for dozens of global brands, including Nike, Tribeca Studios, BVLGARI, Intel and Soundcloud.

For the Olympic Channel, Meredith directed the Webby-winning series Identify, which tells the story of five exceptional transgender athletes, as well as The Margaret Lambert Story, an international documentary film festival selection. For Tribeca Studios+BVLGARI, Meredith directed The Litas, a short film about members of an all-Italian female motorcycle collective who pursue traditionally-male professions. She documented actor Michael B. Jordan in the film Grounded for Nike, a reflection on his personal background and the pillars that define him. 

Meredith’s career began in production at Droga5 and DDB. She went on to join Vice Media’s branded content division as a creative producer, then director, winning numerous awards for her writing, producing and directing during her four-year tenure. Her partnership with Greenpoint Pictures’ has already proven fruitful, as they recently wrapped their first two projects, including high profile work for Intel and New Balance.

Michael Kuhn, founding partner and director at Greenpoint Pictures, which maintains offices in Brooklyn and L.A., described Meredith as “an astonishing talent. She moves easily between narrative and documentary work, bringing to every project her characteristic creativity, focus, and drive.”  

Meredith related, “I look forward to broadening my skill set and continuing to push myself as an artist and filmmaker, under the guidance of Michael and the dedicated Greenpoint team.” 


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