Meredith Moore is an artist and filmmaker located in Baltimore, MD.
Her films have screened at Sundance, SXSW, True/False Film Festival, Champs-Élysées Film Festival, Anthology Film Archives, Antimatter Film Festival, Athens International Film & Video Festival, Baltimore Museum of Art, International Film Festival Rotterdam, Maryland Film Festival, Washington Project for the Arts, and The Walters Art Museum. She has been a Saul Zaentz Fellow, a recipient of The Andy Warhol Foundation’s Grit Fund, served as a juror for Athens International Film Festival, and a resident artist at Signal Culture. Her latest film, featured by The New Yorker Documentary, earned a place on the Cinema Eye Awards Shorts List.
Along with her film work, Meredith has worked professionally in audiovisual archives and is interested in preservation of both analog and born-digital media. She has taught video at the college level, including at The Maryland Institute College of Art and Towson University. Her VFX work can be found in numerous documentaries and music videos.
In addition, her community involvement has included roles such as: founder and curator of Secret Psychic Cinema, a screening and workshop series which showcases avant-garde and experimental works; member of the Maryland Film Festival Screening Committee; member of the Baltimore Video Collective which opened Beyond Video, a non-profit film lending library in Baltimore City; and member of the arts collective Wham City.