k.mo. productions is dedicated to creating nuanced, intelligent, and extraordinary work that supports diverse voices, explores subversive narratives, and tackles real social issues through film, digital video, theater, and beyond.

About the founder:


Based in New York City, Kate Moran is a multi-medium artist and entrepreneur with extensive and varied industry experience. A writer, director, producer, painter, actor, and comedian, Moran has worked on over 35 projects for stage and screen in the last 10 years.

After graduating with a BFA in Drama from NYU Tisch School of the Arts, Moran has worked extensively in production, marketing, casting, talent representation, and education. She has studied at Stella Adler Studio, Stonestreet Studios, and the People’s Improv Theater. She was the artistic director and co-founder of the downtown New York City theater company, Broken GlassMoran is also the writer/director of the short film, “Are You Afraid of the ’90s?”, starring Heather Matarazzo, Kristine Sutherland, and Jenna Leigh Green, which screened at the NY Shorts Festival, Williamsburg Independent Film Festival and was a finalist in the Best Shorts Competition.

She is the co-founder and vice president of Nasty Women Unite Fest, a non-profit intersectional feminist arts festival raising funds for the ACLU. She is also the founder and co-producer of the monthly comedy show, The Revolution, at QED Astoria, showcasing both up-and-coming and veteran female and trans comedians.
Kate spends what spare time she has volunteering, painting, cooking, and feeding her addiction to Sriracha hot sauce, cheese, and Netflix.