Micah Ginn

Micah  Ginn

Assoc. Athletics Director for Sports Productions and Creative Services

Alma Mater:
University of Mississippi, 1996

Micah Ginn is a 1996 graduate of the University of Mississippi. After college, Ginn moved to Los Angeles to find work in the entertainment industry. His experiences include production, casting, development, directing, writing, and acting. His first job was with Artz & Cohen Casting, CSA, on the feature "Town & Country," starring Warren Beaty, Diane Keaton and Goldie Hawn. From there, Ginn took a job as an assistant to Tom Huckabee at American Entertainment, Bill Paxton's production company. While there, Ginn handled script coverage/analysis and story research. His next job found him with Gold/Basulto entertainment, serving as development director, screening and evaluating all submitted production materials. He went on to work with that same team on the indie film "Love & Action," serving as assistant to the producers and the director. Ginn has also worked on studio features such as "The Replacements," "Remember the Titans" and "The Sweetest Thing."

Ginn is the award-winning writer/director/producer of the short film "July," as well as a two-time Emmy winner for his work in Ole Miss Sports Productions.

After his time in California, Ginn returned to Mississippi where he has produced several independently funded projects. Among them, the documentary "The University Greys: From Students to Soldiers," which is an examination on students from Ole Miss who left school to fight in the war, which aired on PBS; "October," a short film shot entirely in Oxford, Mississippi, which went on to garner four first-place prizes on the film festival circuit; and, most proudly, Ginn co-directed and produced "Undefeated: The Chucky Mullins Story," which strives to tell the story of a truly remarkable and inspiring human being.

Ginn currently holds the position of associate AD of sports productions and creative services at Ole Miss. He and his team produce all forms of video and graphic production, and have garnered over 20 awards and citations in the three years he's overseen the department.




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