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for our Screenwriting Competition for Wellesley Seniors:

In Conversation: filmmaker Meera Menon

with Michelle Lirtzman '09

Meera Menon is a Jersey born, LA based filmmaker whose directing credits include the feature films EQUITY (2016 Sundance Film Festival) and FARAH GOES BANG (Nora Ephron Prize winner, 2013 Tribeca Film Festival) and television shows such as GLOW, HALT AND CATCH FIRE, THE MAGICIANS, MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE, THE WALKING DEAD, and SNOWFALL. She is a graduate of Columbia University and USC’s School of Cinematic Arts, and was a 2014 fellow of the Fox Global Directors Initiative.

Her conversation with Wellesley alum and TV writer Michelle Lirtzman (SCANDAL, FOR THE PEOPLE) will be a look into the world of film and TV, a discussion of craft, and a reflection on making art in 2019.

Event details: 

Saturday, February 9th, 3-4 PM, followed by a social hour

at Rita House, 5971 W 3rd St, Los Angeles CA 90036

[This is a wheelchair accessible venue.]


All are welcome, no limit on guests, and all proceeds

fund our screenwriting competition. Purchase tickets below. 

*If the cost of a ticket causes undue financial burden, contact us at,

and we will find a solution which supports the fundraiser and allows you to attend.*


Info Regarding Rita House:
At Rita House, we are focused on bringing together the most creative, determined and innovative minds of all generations to inspire conversation and collaboration among our members. Once a famed costume house in the 1970s, now home to a supportive community workspace comprised of inquisitive individuals. We are a sanctuary for the most thoughtful and engaged minds in LA, where authentic connections are fostered and the freedom to create is held in the highest regard. Our past is rooted in tradition, with the hopes of informing and inspiring a more progressive future.  For more information about rentals, membership, hosting events or filming please email or calling 323.919.1551.
Anyone who attends this event can schedule a complimentary day of coworking by emailing