ANNETTA MARION is a Primetime Emmy-nominated director and showrunner known for her work on Oprah’s Master Class and NBC’s Making It with Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman. She has worked with the biggest stars on major shows for Netflix, ESPN, OWN, MTV, VH1, Apple+, and Investigation Discovery. Her latest project she produced - Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie, world premiered at 2023 Sundance to standing ovations and rave reviews, including “..this is one of the most slickly produced, wholly entertaining, wonderfully cinematic, and flat out fantastic documentaries you will ever see about one of Hollywood's finest stars." The Apple Original, a highly anticipated film about the life of beloved actor and advocate Michael J. Fox, was directed by Oscar-winning filmmaker Davis Guggenheim and received the HOPE Filmmakers Award SWSX and coming to Apple TV+ and select theaters in May.
She serves the DGA as a National Board Alternate, on the Eastern Directors Council, and co-chair of the Focus on Women Committee. Annetta is a sought-after speaker at New York Women in Film & Television's NYWIFT talks, Filmmakers and Artists Welcome at Sundance, and the SWSX Portrait House Filmmakers panel.
Amongst other projects, she is currently developing a new series Park Slope Moms about a high-powered attorney who becomes a stay-at-home mom, and a one-hour drama series Twice Royal, about the real-life Princess Nest of Wales, was famous for her beauty and her impact on powerful men.
She also has a taste for adventure; Annetta has raced sailboats, jumped out of airplanes, learned to scuba dive, bungee jumped, surfed around the world, and performed improv in a group called Dropping Like Flies.