Last year, Liliana Greenfield-Sanders (my multi-talented daughter) produced and directed "Adelaide", an award winning short. Actually, "Adelaide" won ten awards, including both the Grand Jury Prize & Audience Award at Gen Art, Best Short film at Woodstock and New Orleans, Audience Awards & Special Jury Prizes at Austin, Indie Memphis, BeFilm, First Run and screened at over 50 more festivals. "Adelaide" also won a National Board of Review Student Grant Award. The film stars Anna Margaret Hollyman, Hank Harris (Pumpkin), and Damian Young (Californication, The Comeback).
Her friend Gregori Viens, whom she met on the festival circuit, is the main attraction with "Punching the Clown," which Sarah Silverman calls "the best movie about comedy" and the Village Voice says "may be the funniest movie ever made about trying to hold on to one's artistic integrity in an image-obsessed world." This dynamic duo opens on Friday, October 22nd, at the Quad Cinema in New York and runs for a week. Run to see!