Liliana Greenfield-Sanders is an award-winning writer, director and The Head of Film at The Wassaic Project. Born and raised in the East Village, Greenfield-Sanders is a third-generation New Yorker from a family of artists.
Greenfield-Sanders' short films have premiered at MoMA, on PBS and screened at more than 50 festivals world-wide. Her feature screenplay Adelaide was developed at the 2011 Sundance Institute's Screenwriters and Directors Labs (as well as the 2014 Producers Lab). Liliana's feature screenplay Plastic won the 2013 Sloan Foundation Feature Film Grand Prize and the Creative Promise Special Jury Award at that year's Tribeca Film Festival.
Since completing a six-month Warner Bros. TV Writing Workshop (2013-2014), Greenfield-Sanders has been developing both film and TV projects.
Greenfield-Sanders has written about major festivals for VFOnline and The Huffington Post since 2008. She can be found on Twitter at: @Liliana and Instagram at: LilianaGS