In 2011, Miri's short "Drowning" gathered international media attention during its screening at the Cannes Short Film Corner, and her feature film script VideoJak achieved representation in Hollywood.
A Kiwi-born filmmaker, Miri Stone is an award-winning director and writer whose work was first performed in the professional arena when she was 17. After attaining a Bachelor of Music, Miri was admitted into the prestigious Actors Centre Australia.
Since graduating in 2005, Miri has been directing theatre and film, appearing in guest roles in TV staples like "Home & Away" and working in the AD's Department on shorts and features, including Australian feature "Short Beach." She is the co-founder of Lunar Wolf Productions. Since wrapping on "Bunyip," Miri has moved to Seattle, where she is regularly working in the AD department on short and feature projects, including "Lucky Them" (starring Toni Collette).
Miri and Denby formed a corporate video production company in 2011 which produced dozens of web promos and the short film "Cake" in 2012.