Liliana Greenfield-Sanders
Born and raised in the East Village of New York City, Greenfield-Sanders' first film Ghosts of Grey Gardens premiered at the 2005 Tribeca Film Festival, screened at the Museum of Modern Art and made its television debut on PBS. Her short films have since won the Lifetime Student Filmmaker Prize, Best Short and Audience Awards at 10 festivals including Woodstock, Austin and Gen Art, and screened at over 50 more.  Greenfield-Sanders earned her B.A. from Brown University and is a Masters Candidate at NYU's Tisch Graduate Film program. Her work there earned her a National Board of Review Student Grant Award and received both the Ang Lee and Women in Film & TV Scholarships. Her feature screenplay Bypass was awarded the 2011 Sloan Foundation Feature Film Production Grant and her feature screenplay Adelaide was part of the 2011 Sundance Screenwriter's Lab and 2011 Sundance Director’s Lab. Greenfield-Sanders is also Director of Film Programming at the The Wassaic Project. Liliana Greenfield-Sanders was awarded a Feature Production grant at NYU in 2011 for Bypass

Sloan-awarded films


2011