Meg LeFauve co-wrote Inside Out. The effort won her a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay.
LeFauve began her film career as a producer and President of Egg Pictures. There, LeFauve produced films which were nominated for an Emmy, a Golden Globe, and was awarded a Peabody for Jane Anderson's Showtime film, The Baby Dance. LeFauve produced The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boy for Egg Pictures. Starring Kieran Culkin, Jodie Foster and Vincent D'Onofrio, the film opened to rave reviews and won the 2003 IFP Spirit Award for Best First Feature. She was a mentor at Meryl Streep’s writer’s lab, and is currently a consultant to Screen New South Wales, Screen Australia, and Film Victoria. She has mentored at the Sundance Creative Producer Lab and is a Board Member and returning participant at CineStory Script Sessions. Meg has taught at AFI and served as co-chair of the Graduate Producers Program at UCLA's School of Film and Television, where she taught master level story and development classes for over seven years.