Meghan Wurtz

Meghan Wurtz has been working with Film Movement since 2006. She has been involved in the acquisition and release of films such as The Grocer’s Son, The Violin, Days & Clouds, Arranged, Ben X, Under the Bombs, and Munyurangabo. Meghan is responsible for launching new distribution channels such as Film Festival on Demand (ad-supported cable VOD platform). She has secured company sponsors such as Stella Artois and has established partnerships with US cable operators for video on demand as well as with Hulu, iTunes, YouTube, Amazon, and Netflix for online streaming. Having held positions at companies including European Film Promotion and Northstar Media, Meghan has extensive international experience and knowledge of the European film and television market. She has attended various film festivals such as Sundance, SXSW, Tribeca, Venice, Toronto, Berlin, Cannes, and also the MIPCOM & MIPTV markets.

Launched in 2003, Film Movement is a full-service North American distributor of award-winning independent and foreign films, based in New York City. Film Movement has released more than 200 feature films and shorts from 37 countries on six continents. For more information, please visit

2007 best picture award

And the 2010 Winners are...

~ Best Picture ~

Action World
Aaron Fronk, Vince DeGaetano, and Cooper Johnson
Columbia College Chicago

~ Concord Award (for Most Popular Film) ~

Jonathan Ong
The Art Institute of Pittsburgh

~ Best Directed ~

Action World
Aaron Fronk, Vince DeGaetano, and Cooper Johnson
Columbia College Chicago

~ Best Screenplay ~

Jason Outenreath
Oberlin College

~ Frontiers Award (for Most Original Film) ~

Old Man's Tomb
Matt Reynolds
Bates College, and The Maine Media Workshops

~ Best Editing ~

Wandering Star
Anthony Hays and Matt Yoka
University of Colorado, at Boulder

~ Best Acting ~

"Garbage Day!"
Victor Suarez and John Sadlik Columbia University of New York / University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaigne

~ Best Cinematography ~

Warren Budd and his Propeller Plane
Jackson Adams
Emerson College

~ Opus Award (for Best Use of Music & Sound) ~

Erica M. Hart
Northwestern University

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