SMT Pictures is dedicated to presenting untold, inspiring stories in commercial genres. Its upcoming feature, the WWII drama "Liberte: A Call to Spy," is the first feature film about historical spies Virginia Hall, Vera Atkins, and Noor Inayat Khan, who were part of Churchill's Secret Army.
SMT Pictures' Founder and CEO, Sarah Megan Thomas, is an actress, writer, and producer who has created fresh, female-driven films and plays for over a decade, starting with the gender-reversed play, "Love's Labour's Lost" (marketed as "Sex and the City meets Shakespeare"). She created the concept and produced the 2016 Wall Street film, "Equity" (Sundance/Sony Pictures Classics/NY Times Critics Pick), in which she also starred.
Sarah Megan Thomas
Founder & CEO
Sarah Megan Thomas is an actress, producer, and writer. For her latest film, “Liberté: A Call to Spy,” Sarah wrote the script, plays Virginia Hall, and produced the film. Sarah’s previous film was the groundbreaking “Equity,” in which she created the concept, co-wrote the story, produced, and starred. A first of its kind, “Equity” is a female driven Wall Street thriller. The Film premiered in Dramatic Competition at the Sundance Film Festival, where it sold to Sony Pictures Classics. The New York Timesmade "Equity" a Critic’s Pickwhen it was released theatrically nationwide. The Hollywood Reporter reviewed Sarah's performance as “subtle, but gutsy.” Sarah was honored with a Women's Image Network Award, The Creative Coalition Spotlight Award, and the Voice of A Woman Award for "Equity.” Sarah starred in the romance-drama “Backwards” opposite James Van Der Beek, and has appeared in various television shows (Law and Order, SVU) and starred in numerous Off-Broadway productions. A graduate of Williams College, Sarah trained at Drama Studio London. She resides in NYC with her husband and son.