Erin Enberg is a screenwriter/director from Maine (a spooky Stephen King town in the woods where “The Mist” takes place) and has worked in production on film and TV in New York City and Los Angeles for NBC, A&E, Travel Channel, TLC, HBO and more. She also traveled around the country for 3 months on a renovated city bus assisting Emmy-winning cinematographer Chris Teague (Russian Doll) on a documentary about unique roadside attractions. Erin’s short films have won various awards including several best shorts and audience awards, and her screenplays have garnered accolades including Second Rounder at Sundance, and finalist selections in the Final Draft Big Break Contest and Cinestory. She’s also a script reader for the ISA (International Screenwriters’ Association). Most recently Erin worked at HBO in the Production Department and at HBO Max in Original Content, and currently works as Program Director for the West Hollywood based non-profit Age Inclusion in Media. In 2021, Erin received a scholarship from Sundance to attend their nine-week directing course.