© Weird Pixel 2019


“It's great to find young filmmakers utilizing the latest technology to help move their films to the next level. I’m excited to see what they create.” 

Kristie Lanum, Chief Content Officer IndieFlix

We bring the magic so you can get your weird on!


Indie Filmmaker + Content Producers:

We aren’t your cookie cutter film, photography, and social media professionals. In the true indie film tradition, we’re a ragtag team dedicated to creating fresh, top-notch entertainment without breaking the bank. Specializing in anything from documentaries to thrillers to stop motion animation, we seek out the most intriguing stories and bring their magic to life. Our collective work has won dozens of awards, screened at over 25 film festivals world-wide, and has been featured on numerous sites and magazines including IndieWire, Moveon.org, Kodak, Take Part, Film Courage, GOOD, Cupcake Quarterly, Conscious Magazine, Bunch Magazine, and others. Our first feature film, Bizarre: A Circus Story, is currently available on iTunes, Amazon, and Vimeo On Demand! It World Premiered at 31st Santa Barbara International Film Festival where it was nominated for Best Documentary Audience Award. The film Santa Barbara Independent named it in the Top 30 Must-See Movies at Santa Barbara International Film Festival. Our second upcoming documentary, Gwapa, is narrated by Tia Carrere (Wayne's World, True Lies) and coming in early 2020. We're also specialize in professional photography and members of the high quality stock photo website, Stocksy. We have lots of experience on panels, seminars and on radio shows. Appearances include 99 Actor's Day with famed casting director Risa Bramon Garcia, The Crowdfunding Panel hosted by Film Courage and Hot Pixel Post, and Next Day Better's first ever conference in LA. 


Social Media + Crowdfunding:

We use our resourcefulness and ingenuity to navigate the interwebs and social media communities so you don’t have to! We specialize in creating and managing comprehensive social media communities and crowdfunding strategies. We provide customized designs & branding across all social media networks. We're experienced with Facebook Ads and handling celebrity accounts with discretion. With four successful crowdfunding campaigns under our belts, we have some tricks up our sleeves to help you reach the project goal! If you're looking for the full start up package or just some weekly social maintenance, we've got you covered!


Nonprofit Work:

We believe in giving back! We formed Project Pitogo as a way to support to the communities and families we met while making Gwapa. Once a year, we sponsor a goods and clothing drive for our friends who experience extreme typhoons and tropical storms every year. Learn more here!


We also create fun and unique nonprofit videos. Check it out!

Why WEIRD you ask? We feel that weird is simply a byproduct of awesome. PIXEL? Let’s face it, the future of film and media is pixel based and we’re cool with that!

What we do.

Check out our services and a list of our clients

Meg Pinsonneault // Founder

Meg is an award-winning filmmaker, photographer, screenwriter, change-maker, social media guru, adrenaline junkie, stargazer, globetrotter, dreamer, believer, embellisher, adventurer, and lover of handstands. She's co-founder and creative director of Weird Pixel, born from the merger of Meg's previous projects, Thirsty Girl Films and Gwapa Project. Shoreline Entertainment picked up her first feature film, Bizarre: A Circus Story, which will World Premiere at the 2016 Santa Barbara International Film Festival and was nominated for Best Documentary Jury Prize. A micro-budget and crowd-funding veteran, Meg is known as a leader innovative socially conscious filmmaking. She's passionate about bringing important stories to a wider audience and using her skills to help others in need. A visual storyteller, Meg is also a contributing photographer to Stocksy, a high quality, invite only stock photograpy site. She has been featured in print with Cupcake Quarterly Magazine, and on websites like IndieWire, Film Courage, Take Part, GOOD, Kodak, Moveon.org, and Film Radar, just to name a few. She's no stranger to the film festival circuit either, screening at over two dozen fests including the prestigious HollyShorts Film Festival at Grauman’s Chinese Theater in Hollywood. An Emerson College alumni, Meg's also an award-winning art director, panelist, radio show guest, blogger, poet, and weird-maker. She believes that with dedication and hard work, anything is possible. She is, most certainly, not afraid to get a little weird.