Liliana Greenfield-Sanders was born and raised in the East Village of New York City. After attending Brown University and pursuing her Masters at NYU Grad Film, her short films have shown at over 50 festivals, won top prizes around the country and screened at both MOMA and on PBS Television.
Her feature screenplay ADELAIDE was selected for three Sundance Labs: Screenwriting, Directing and Producing. Greenfield-Sanders won the Sloan Foundation Feature Film Grant for her film PLASTIC and the Creative Promise Honorable Mention in the Tribeca All Access program that same year.
She is currently one of nine writers participating in the Warner Brothers Television Workshop. She is the Director of Film Programming at the Wassaic Project and blogs for the Huffington Post. You can follow her on Twitter at @LilianaGSFilm