Miriam is Founder and Lead Producer of the independent production company, Good Films, which she established in 2007. Segal came to the world of independent film with over 20 years of film and television experience, having produced multiple award-winning serial and long form dramas for BBC Films. Her credits also include the BBC serial drama Silent Witness II and the highly-successful TV serial drama EastEnders, which, under her season-long tenure, won its first BAFTA TV honor in 1997 (she produced all 26 hours that season). Under Miriam’s leadership, Good Films produced the 2016 true-crime thriller The Infiltrator directed by Brad Furman (Lincoln Lawyer), with whom she reunites, and starring Bryan Cranston. The film was cited by Chicago Sun-Times critic Richard Roeper as one of the 10 Best Films of the year.
Segal has several projects in development, including People of The Book, based on the New York Times Bestselling novel by Geraldine Brooks, a Sarajevo-set war drama about religious tolerance helmed by Danis Tanovic, director of the Academy Award® winning film No Man’s Land, as well as The Postcard Killings, based on the #1 New York Times bestselling novel by James Patterson and Liza Marklund, which will be directed by two-time Academy Award® winner Janusz Kaminski.