Check out truTV's latest comedy show hosted by Cipha Sounds.
Premieres January 3, 2018
Produced by Def Comedy Jam co-creator Bob Sumner and hosted by DJ and comedian Cipha Sounds, truTV is flipping comedy on its head with Laff Mobb’s Laff Tracks, a new half-hour series where the next generation of comedians brings their hilarious personal stories to life with a playful reinvention of stand-up. From tales about janky doctors, gaining weight, and reminiscing about old school beepers, to riffs on relationships, careers, flying, and even church, Laff Mobb’s Laff Tracks knows no bounds.
2017, Derek Dow, USA, 13 min.
Starring Megan Sousa, Derek Dow.
A daughter’s plan to impress her visiting mom with her trendy new apartment hits a comic snag when her rascally brother shows up, too.
Caribbean African Latinix Film Festival
Chicago (October 4-6th 2017)
World Premiere... Black Harvest Film Festival
Chicago (August 5-7, 2017)
Coming this Fall on ABC
An overworked television producer and single mother in the middle of a fractious separation; young daughter goes missing in the middle of the night, Jane's world - and her controversial police series - implodes.
Megan's air date: Jan. 6 starting at 9 p.m. ET/PT – Two-hour season finale (Episodes 109 and 110)
A resourceful boy creatively uses poetry to stay alive. Watch a puzzle come together when Guys Reading Poems opens Friday, April 28th at Arena Cinema Hollywood. Special limited engagement. One week only (now extended). Buy tickets now: arenascreen.com
May 2, 2017 | Los Angeles: The Blade by John Paul King
May 2, 2017 | Los Angeles: Living Out Loud by Jeremy Ross
(2017) Project Involve Showcase
(2016) TIFF x Instagram Shorts Festival
Photographed, Directed & Edited by Carey Williams
Written by Lorrena Magana
French translation by Ugo Derouard
Pitch is an upcoming American drama television series set to be broadcast on Fox starting September 22, 2016, and the first scripted television program of its kind to be officially associated with Major League Baseball.
“The Death of Eva Sofia Valdez,” described as “MacBeth with a Cuban twist,” was written and exec produced by Charise Castro Smith and exec produced by “Agent Carter” showrunners Fazekas and Butters via ABC Studios. An immigrant who rose from rags to riches, Eva Sofia Valdez is a celebrated Miami entrepreneur and a champion for immigrant rights. But her success is fueled by an insatiable ambition that could destroy her family, a vendetta against the lover who betrayed her, and ghosts from the past who threaten to reveal the dark sacrifices Eva Sofia made to attain the American Dream.
Megan plays Co-Star role, Young Eva Sofia.
February 22, 2016 Deadline Hollywood
March 4, 2016 TV Guide
March 7, 2016 Deadline Hollywood
Guys Reading Poems written and directed by Hunter Lee Hughes
An all-male literary secret society intervenes in the life of a creative but troubled family living in a downtown Los Angeles artist’s loft in Guys Reading Poems, a neo-noir feature film.
Neo-noir poetry drama “Guys Reading Poems” will debut at the Palm Beach International Film Festival this April during National Poetry Month. The innovative feature film uses poetry as a framing device to tell the story of a creative but troubled family living in a downtown Los Angeles artist’s loft. It was shot in black-and-white, largely using the brand new Red Epic Monochrome camera.
July 18, 2015
'The Advocate' released a great article on 'Guys Reading Poems' on twitter this morning!
Megan Sousa is currently filming Season 1 of Logan series as Guest Star Recurring role, Faith. Logan is an Artistic Standard TV original created by award-winning director Geno Brooks.
The Secret Closet Series (2016) premiered pilot sizzle at Indie Night Film Festival hosted by Emmy Award-winning casting director and producer, Robi Reed. Megan plays Series Regular role, Frances.
A hipster thief who desperately needs money to get out of the city snatches a lonely model’s purse. Instead of running with the money Marlee returns, and finds that Nora is her soul mate. Now she must discover if love outweighs all obstacles, and if it is enough for forever.
Written and Directed by Nia Imani
Starring Megan Sousa and Kristina Mezhynskaya
Song: Sam Smith- Stay With Me
2015 FESTIVAL CIRCUIT
*Only For Forever is currently nominated in 10 Film Festivals with 1 win.
NEW YORK PREMIERE!
VisionFest NY | Visions of Cinematic Synergy category
Inside Out LGBT Film Fest | Lesbian Shorts: She Loves Me
Proud Film Festival | Official Selection
CineWomen | Biennial Edition
North Carolina Gay and Lesbian Film Festival | Official Selection
*WINNER! Jury Award: Best Women's Drama Short Film
BlackStar Film Festival | Official Selection
Santa Monica Indie Film Festival | Official Selection
BronzeLens Film Festival | Official Selection Student Films
The 13th Annual Bloomington PRIDE Festival | Official Selection
Chéries-Chéris LGBT Film Festival | Official Selection
2015 Music Video for 'Honey Bones - Shutter' off debut EP
Director: Jean Paulo Lasmar
Zero airs on AspireTV August 2015 on the ABFF Independent Season 4 premiere hosted by David Banner.
Cinematography & Edit by Carey Williams
Directed by Carey Williams
NARRATIVE Short- Suspense/Drama
On a blind date, a stay at home wife struggles to come to terms with her separation before finalizing the divorce.
Directed by Ryo Rex
Written by Brandon Gooden and Megan Sousa
Starring: Megan Sousa, Junesoo Ham and Olivia Delgado
Raindance Film Festival in London 2012
Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival 2012
Narrative Short | Written and Directed by Kimberly Townes
An introverted teen must deal with bullies who threaten to expose her feelings for a charismatic math teacher.
Watch ZERO on the new season of ABFF Independent hosted by David Banner @ASPiRE TV!
AIR DATE: August 10, 2015
TIME: 9PM (EST)
2009 ALFRED P. SLOAN THESIS AWARD
2010 EDDIE & LEW WASSERMAN AWARD
2012 American Black Film Festival/HBO SHORT FILM COMPETITION
2013 SAN DIEGO BLACK FILM FESTIVAL
2012 SISTERS DOING IT FOR THEMSELVES
HBO, HBO GO, CINEMAX, CINEMAX GO
Starring: Megan Sousa, Nick Ryan, Amrahu Ibraheem, Mariah Goolsby, Chellee Ray, Alyssa Divirgilio, Stephanie Gibson