Molly Vernon is a seasoned film and theatre professional in Houston, Texas with over 65 IMDb credits to her name. She is an award winning filmmaker and retired theatre and film professor who works as a Director, Assistant Director, Unit Production Manager, Production Coordinator, and Producer on local Texas films. Molly is also a noted writer and editor who has served on panels and adjudicated films at multiple festivals and judged the 48HFP, Splatterfest, and The Zone. Her team won the Houston 2011 48HFP with the short film COLD WAR which screened at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival and her team won 1st Place in the 2014 Splatterfest competition with the short film THE VOID. In 2015 her short film RED PEARL won the Special Jury Award for Best Film Depicting Benefits to Man Kind from the International Space Station from NASA for the first NASA/CineSpace Contest has screened on PBS and won multiple awards at many festivals since. She is partnered with cinematographer Larry McKee in the production company Vernon-McKee, where they produced the faith-based short film INTO THE LIGHT, which has been picked up by Hewes Publishing LLC for distribution and has been placed with DirecTV. Also, Vernon-McKee worked on the science fiction short film BIOMASS which is doing well on the festival circuit and the short film ABIDE which won Best Film in the "Write of Passage" category and Best Actor at the 168 Film Festival.