Meredith Freeman has a professional background working in film and theatre.
Her credits as an independent film producer include the psychological thriller, “In Memoriam,” written and directed by Amanda Gusack, which drew critical acclaim at film festivals including the Hamptons International Film Festival; and Gusack’s film “Betrayed,” an MGM financed film starring Melissa George.
Meredith is co-producer of an adaptation of Edith Wharton’s “The Touchstone” written by Angela Workman, currently in development at Warner Bros. Other current projects are her adaptation of the New York Times best-selling novel, “One Good Dog,” by Susan Wilson and an adaptation of Alan Paton’s renowned anti-apartheid novel, “Too Late The Phalarope.” She optioned and wrote an adaptation of Susan Isaac’s New York Times best-selling novel “Almost Paradise.”
Meredith served as Director of the Story Department for Lewis Chesler Productions, and as script and story analyst for Harpo Films.
Meredith served as Managing Director of the seminal Off-Broadway theater Circle Repertory Company in New York and Managing Director of Greenway Arts Alliance in Los Angeles. She holds a Masters of Fine Arts from the Yale School of Drama in theatre management.
After destroying his marriage and career from a shocking loss of self-control, a hard-wired corporate executive forges an unlikely alliance with an abused pit bull and begins the arduous journey of reclaiming his humanity.