Monday, July 4, 2022

Sarah Greenleaf

July 2022 Film Preview

The Supreme Court overturning Roe vs. Wade is a brutal reminder that the rights of freedom and bodily autonomy are never truly won and that the fight for basic human rights remains ongoing. We’re feeling rage, despair, heartbreak, and...

Tribeca 2022 Women Directors: Meet Erika Alexander – “The Big Payback”

Erika Alexander is known for her acting roles in “Living Single” — garnering two NAACP Image Awards for Outstanding Actress and Comedy Series — “Get Out,” “The Cosby Show,” and “Black Lightning,” and was a producer on documentary “John...

Tribeca 2022 Women Directors: Meet Sarah Eizabeth Mintz – “Good Girl Jane”

Sarah Elizabeth Mintz is a writer-director working in New York and Los Angeles. She received her BFA from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, where she completed her thesis film “Transit,” starring Dakota Johnson. Mintz was a...

Tribeca 2022 Women Directors: Meet Irene Taylor – “Leave No Trace”

Irene Taylor is a Peabody and Emmy-winning, Oscar-nominated director and producer whose documentaries have shown theatrically, at film festivals, and on television worldwide. Her most recent film, Moonlight Sonata: Deafness in Three Movements,” was nominated for Best Documentary at...

Tribeca 2022 Women Directors: Meet Maya Forbes – “The Good House”

 Maya Forbes  made her directorial debut with “Infinitely Polar Bear” (2014) which she also wrote. She was a writer on HBO’s “The Larry Sanders Show” and has since written for many TV projects and feature films including “Monster Vs Aliens” (2009),...

Tribeca 2022 Women Directors: Meet Becky Hutner – “Fashion Reimagined”

Becky Hutner is a Toronto-born filmmaker living in coastal England. Her filmmaking journey includes five years in London creating short-form work in the fashion and culture space for DUCK Productions. Notable DUCK projects include “Painting Her Story,” a series...

Tribeca 2022 Women Directors: Meet Cynthia Lowen – “Battleground”

Cynthia Lowen is an Emmy-nominated filmmaker and award-winning writer whose work uses the power of story to catalyze meaningful change, confronting timely social issues from bullying to online harassment, to reproductive rights. Lowen is also the director and producer...

Tribeca 2022 Women Directors: Meet Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady – “Endangered”

Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady are the directors of the Academy Award-nominated “Jesus Camp,” Peabody Award winners “The Boys of Baraka” and “12th & Delaware,” Emmy winner “Detropia,” “Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You,” “One of Us,” and...

Tribeca 2022 Women Directors: Meet Natalia Sinelnikova – “We Might As Well Be Dead”

Natalia Sinelnikova is a writer and director based in Berlin. Her short film “Weeping Willows” was screened at various international festivals. In 2016, she was a member of the Debut Film Jury of the Festival of East European Cinema...

Tribeca 2022 Women Directors: Meet Signe Baumane – “My Love Affair with Marriage”

Signe Baumane is a Latvian-born, Brooklyn-based independent filmmaker, artist, writer, and animator. She has made 17 award-winning animated shorts but is best known for her first animated feature, “Rocks in My Pockets.” The film covers a 100-year history of...

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