Morris S. Levy is a film and television producer who was born in Brooklyn, NY and raised in Great Neck, NY. He is the founder and President of M.E.G.A. Films (Morsly Entertainment Group and the Arts), a New York based production company. He often films in Great Neck as well as all over the New York City area. His films have appeared in the Sundance Film Festival (The Ten-starring Paul Rudd, Winona Ryder, Jessica Alba and Liev Schreiber), the Cannes Film Festival (Seduced and Abandoned-starring Alec Baldwin, Ryan Gosling and Jessica Chastain), and the Tribeca Film Festival (Descent-starring Rosario Dawson) amongst other festivals. His film A Novel Romance won the Audience Award and Best Picture Award at the New York International Film Festival. His TV series, Cop Show (starring Colin Quinn, Jerry Seinfeld, Amy Shumer, Chris Rock and Seth Meyers) won best comedy, among other awards at the 2015 New York City Webfest. Before entering the film business, he was a principal in a ladies' clothing company and was also prominent in the New York nightlife business as a promoter/owner.