Bridget Moloney is an award-winning writer and director working in television, film and commercials.
A member of AFI’s Directing Workshop for Women, she wrote and directed the short film BLOCKS which premiered at Sundance and went on to play at SXSW, Fantasia Fest and 54 other festivals. Virtually she won best director for a comedy series at Series Fest. She is the writer/director of the independent television pilot I Was A Teenage Pillow Queen that premiered at the 2018 Tribeca TV Festival and has sold a pilot to Showtime that’s currently in development there with Sony and Matt Tolmach Productions.
Bridget also directs commercials for large, nationally recognized brands. Most recently, she directed a “Bite Size Halloween” short for Hulu, which also runs as two minute sponsored content (Mars candy) on Freeform and FX.
She also has a master’s in clinical psychology, that she only uses on set, and graduated with honors from Northwestern University.