Drea Clark served at the LA Film Festival for 10 years, the final five as Senior Programmer; led the narrative feature programming at Slamdance Film Festival for 13 years, including three as the Festival Director; has curated Geena Davis’ Bentonville Film Festival since 2016 and has been part of the Sundance Film Festival programming team since 2017. She’s produced three feature films, The Last Time You Had Fun (director Mo Perkins), Lake Los Angeles (director Mike Ott), No Light and No Land Anywhere (director Amber Sealey, exec. producer Miranda July), as well as music videos, web series and a TV pilot directed by Charlie Day. She taught Music Video Production at the USC School of Cinematic Arts for 13 years, and was the Executive Director of the Music Video Production Association (MVPA) for seven. She serves on the board of directors for OMG Everywhere, a nonprofit that hosts free music video workshops for kids.