Directed by Amy Redford
Part thriller, part thoughtful domestic drama, Amy Redford’s new film looks at troubles that arise between a mother (Summer Phoenix) and her teen daughter (Grace Van Dien) after the latter is seduced online by a 28-year-old man (Kyle Gallner).
Premiering Toronto International Film Festival 2022
Starring Amy Redford
As a killer is executed for murdering a young gay man, two sets of parents struggle to deal with the consequences of fear and repression.
Fear. Shame. Truth
Professor Marston & the Wonder Women
Produced by Amy Redford
The story of psychologist William Moulton Marston, and his polyamorous relationship with his wife and their mistress who would inspire his creation of the superheroine, Wonder Woman.
The life of a woman is transformed after she is diagnosed with a terminal disease, fired from her job and abandoned by her boyfriend. Given two months to live, she throws caution to the wind to pursue her dreams.
Directed and Produced by Amy Redford
Tea for Three
Director: Amy Redford & Hall Powell
Writers: Amy Redford & Hall Powell
See the past and present collide through the eyes of a six-year-old. A short film by Amy Redford and Hall Powell.
Produced and Hosted by Amy Redford
Female-driven experiences, like those explored on Scrappy Broads, have developed the toolbox to solve the most fucked up problems while maintaining their candor and grace.
Scrappy Broads is an interview-format, one-hour podcast series hosted by Amy Redford, featuring a new Scrappy Broad guest per episode, - a guest intently researched and selected for both their ardent and inspiring backstory and their willingness to trust and be open. Distinctive to our show will be the environment of conversation, navigating untold stories and dialogues set in a tone of friends having cocktails. A scripted narrative helps build and construct past experiences relevant to the current conversation.
Amy Redford’s career in the creative arts spans over three decades as a director, producer, and actor in film, television, music videos and theatre.
Her directorial debut was with The Guitar, starring Saffron Burrows—and produced the feature film “Professor Marston and the Wonder Women”. While currently co-writing, directing and producing “Claude and the Birthday Cake” with Jude Falaise exec produced by Euzhan Palcy, she is also directing and producing projects including Roost and The Town that Jack Built, No Nuts, and Phoenix.
Amy is a producer on the documentary series The Lincoln Project for Showtime, and is in pre- production on two docuseries; one about the Encircle House and LGBTQ+ youth in Utah called No Sides and one about The unsheltered in Utah and the Other Side Academy’s tiny village project to address it called Shelter.
Amy is also currently developing the podcast series, Scrappy Broads, as both host and producer. She has directed and produced several music videos, including I Am a Wolf, You Are the Moon for the song featured in the Netflix series Wet Hot American Summer.
In addition to her work behind the scenes, Amy has acted in multiple film and television projects, and has acted and directed in Off-Broadway and regional theaters across the country and abroad to critical acclaim.
Her on-camera credits include Runners, Hate Crime, Sunshine Cleaning, First Person Singular, and The Understudy, Law and Order: Criminal Intent, Law and Order: Special Victims Unit, The Sopranos, Sex and the City, Dellaventura, and Wonderland, among others.
Theatre credits include Daisy Foote’s play Bhutan, The Golden Ladder, Touch My Face, The Shape of Things, Hello and Goodbye, The Crowd You’re In With and, The Book Club Play.
Amy has worked at New York Stage and Film, Williamstown Theatre Festival, the Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center, the Sundance Filmmaker and Theatre Labs, the Dorset Theatre, and the Tectonic Theatre Company. She also co- created Switch Track with Yael Farber and Darrill Rosen, developed at Mabou Mines and then the Sundance Playwrights Lab.
Amy did her postgraduate work at LAMDA, studied at ACT, The Actors Center, Circle Rep, CU, and earned her BA from SFSU. She’s continued to further her experience in directing and acting at prestigious national theater and film labs, including the Sundance Institute, Eugene O’Neil Theater Center, Williamstown, and NY Stage and Film.
Amy is both a social and environmental activist, serving on the Board of Directors for several creative arts and community organizations, including the Sundance Institute, the Opportunity Agenda, Spy Hop Digital Media Arts For Youth, and Encircle-Salt Lake City.
She currently resides in Salt Lake City, Utah.