Anna Kerrigan is a Los Angeles-based filmmaker with a background in independent film, digital storytelling and theater. Hot Seat, which she wrote and directed, premiered at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. She also directed The Chances, a digital series written by and starring two deaf actors, which also premiered at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival (Audience Award for Best Narrative Outfest 2017). Her Gotham-nominated digital series The Impossibilities (2015), a comedy that she wrote and directed, follows the interwoven storylines of a magician and a daffy lesbian yogi. The first season has been featured in such outlets as The Huffington Post, The Daily Dot, and Indiewire, is a Vimeo Staff Pick and was licensed by Studio Plus (Canal) for international distribution.
She was selected for the 2016 Fox Global Directors Initiative for episodic directing, is a Film Independent and Sundance Fellow (2016 New Voices, 2017 Episodic). Kerrigan graduated from Stanford University with a BA in Drama, then lived and worked in New York City for ten years as a playwright.