Paige Wood is an award-winning filmmaker, screenwriter, producer, and storyteller. Based in Detroit and working worldwide, Paige has worked across a variety of different genres and mediums since the start of her freelance career in 2018, from film and animation to video games and even children’s books. Currently, Paige serves as the Supervising Producer for the Rise-Home Stories Project, which features over five radical change, narrative-shifting multimedia projects supported by The Ford Foundation, in addition to serving as an adjunct instructor at Wayne State University. Paige is a 2021-2022 Annenberg Civic Media Fellow, a 2020 Kresge Artist Fellow, an alumni of Firelight Media’s 2018-2019 Impact Producer Cohort, and a 2019 Sundance Institute | Knight Foundation Program fellow. As a fan of sci-fi, fantasy, and animated genres, the guiding thought behind Paige’s creative work is, “weird shit doesn’t just happen to white people.”
Haute to Death (feature film)
A ragtag group of friends find their night out at the club taking a sharp left turn after all hell breaks loose (literally). In order to escape, they have to sort through their own inner demons first.