Born and raised in the East Village of NYC, Liliana Greenfield-Sanders is an NYU Graduate Film school-trained director, a writer whose work in film and television has been developed through the Sundance Screenwriting and Directing Labs, Tribeca All Access, The Sloan Foundation, Warner Bros. and more. Her short films have screened at over 50 festivals world-wide, on television and at the Museum of Modern Art – earning prizes at 10, a National Board of Review Student Award, the Ang Lee Fellowship, the DGA West Audience Award and more. She is also the Head and Founder of the Film Program at the non-profit arts organization, “The Wassaic Project.”
Greenfield-Sanders is currently developing both TV and Film projects. She writes for Huffington Post, covering major festivals since 2008. You can find her on social Media at Twitter: @Liliana and on Instagram: LilianaGS.