Megan McCoy: Canadian Screen Awards Nominee

Peacock Alley would like to congratulate Megan McCoy for her 2014 Canadian Screen Awards nomination for Best Direction in a Lifestyle/Practical Information Program or Series for Money Moron. Results will be announced at the CSA Gala 1 on Tuesday, March 4, 2014.

About Megan McCoy

Megan McCoy is a Director and Story Editor with work appearing on many award winning Lifestyle shows, including Til Debt Do Us Part, Money Moron, Princess, Four Houses Canada and Be The Boss Canada.

In The realm of film, Megan has worked on such projects as Associated Producers BAFTA award winning & Emmy nominated documentary film Sex Slaves and James Cameron’s highly publicized feature length documentary film, The Lost Tomb of Jesus. With Toolkit Productions, Megan produced two short films: Motel Knowles and Chest of Drawers, which premiered at the New York International Film and Video Festival.

Megan has run the gamut in theatre – producing, directing, musically directing, writing and stage managing – everything from Associate Producing large-scale productions like John Kriazanc’s Tamara at the DuMaurier World Stage Festival to directing Jason Hall’s award winning TIFF premiere production, GBS, which went on to be mounted at London’s Royal Court Theatre.

About Money Moron [24 x 30 minutes]

Money morons are the leading cause of wrecked relationships. Gail Vaz-Oxlade is going to try and rescue them before it’s too late!

Too many people never have the money talk before entering a relationship.  Each episode of Money Moron follows a tattler as they enlist money guru, Gail Vaz-Oxlade’s help to save their ailing relationship and create a solid financial foundation for the future. What better way to blow the whistle on a financially irresponsible boyfriend, wife, brother or BFF, than by having Gail on your side to tell it like it is? Financial secrets are exposed, hidden scores drummed up, and challenges issued and braved as Gail navigates the murky emotional waters of financial infidelities. What’s on the line? The relationship and a chance at $10,000 cash.

About The Canadian Screen Awards

The CANADIAN SCREEN AWARDS celebrate Canadian productions and talent who excel in front of the camera and behind-the-scenes in Canadian film, television and digital media.

 

 

 

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