Morgan R. Stiff
Senior Vice President
Morgan R. Stiff, a North Carolina native, graduated from the University of Southern California, School of Cinema-Television, with an MFA in Film Production in 2005 after receiving her BFA from New York University in Dramatic Writing in 2002. As a producer, Morgan has produced fiction and documentary films, as well as promotional videos. Producing projects include PORCELAIN (2004), which is currently being distributed by Iron Rod Motion Pictures, Inc.; HIP HOP HOMOS (LOGO Networks, 2004); the award-winning BROOKLYN’S BRIDGE TO JORDAN (Showtime, LOGO, BET J, 2005); the award-winning feature documentary ONE BAD CAT: THE REVEREND ALBERT WAGNER STORY (Ovation TV, 2009), which she also edited; and the critically acclaimed and award-winning MISSISSIPPI DAMNED (Showtime, 2011). In 2007, Morgan participated in the FIND Producer’s Lab with MISSISSIPPI DAMNED, which she also edited. As an editor, Morgan has worked on tributes, music videos, fiction films, and documentaries. Additional editing projects include HOPE’S CHOICE (Showtime 2004); BURN: ONE YEAR ON THE FRONT LINES OF THE BATTLE TO SAVE DETROIT, executive produced by Denis Leary and winner of the Audience Award at the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival; and THE ANTI-MASCOT (ESPN 2014). Morgan is a talent manager and the Senior Vice President, Operations Director of Morgan’s Mark, a production company dedicated to bringing marginalized stories to the mainstream.