Anna Kerrigan is a Los Angeles-based filmmaker with a background in independent film, digital storytelling and theater. COWBOYS, which she wrote and directed, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival 2020 where it won Best Screenplay, and Best Actor for Steve Zahn. Her short film HOT SEAT premiered at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival, played at many others and was a Vimeo Staff Pick Premiere. She also directed THE CHANCES, a digital series written by and starring two deaf actors, which also premiered at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival, was awarded the Audience Award for Best Narrative at Outfest and was later optioned to be a TV show on Sundance Now. Her Gotham-nominated digital series THE IMPOSSIBILITIES (2015) was licensed by Studio Plus (Canal) for international distribution and was a Vimeo Staff Pick. She has written and directed short films for Funny Or Die, Amazon and Refinery 29 and is a Film Independent and Sundance Fellow. Kerrigan graduated from Stanford University with a BA in Drama, then lived and worked in New York City in film and theater before coming to Los Angeles. She is represented by UTA and Mosaic.