Born and raised in the East Village of New York City, Greenfield-Sanders’ films have screened at the Museum of Modern Art, on PBS and won Best Short and Audience Awards at major film festivals, screening at over 50 more. After earning her B.A. from Brown University, she went on to pursue her Masters degree at NYU’s Tisch Graduate Film program. Her work there earned her several grants and scholarships including the National Board of Review Student Grant Award, the Ang Lee and Women in Film & TV Scholarships and most recently the Sloan Foundation Feature Film Grant. Greenfield-Sanders won the Creative Promise Honorable Mention at the 2012 Tribeca All Access Program and was chosen as one of eight directors to participate in the Sundance Director’s and Screenwriters labs. She is a Sundance Institute Annenberg Feature Film Fellow and a Sundance Institute/Indian Paintbrush Feature Film Fellow. She is also the Director of Film Programming at the Wassaic Project.