ALISON ELLWOOD is an editor as well as a director of television and feature documentaries, for Oscar and Emmy nominated projects.
Her documentary History of the Eagles (2013) which she directed as well as edited premiered at Sundance.
ABBY GINZBERG directs documentaries about the legal system and social justice issues. She founded the production company Social Action Media in the Bay Area (California).
Her most recent directorial endeavor, Tipping Point, addresses the paltry wages of restaurant employees who earn a living based on tips.
ALEX KONDRACKE’s short film Ice Fishing (2000), shot while she was a student at NYU, received the Jury prize at Sundance.
She went on to write for television shows including The L Word and Hung. Her feature film Girltrash: All Night Long (2014) premiered at the FilmOut San Diego Film Festival.
ANGELA ROBINSON studied theater at Brown University before getting her MFA at NYU. Robinson has directed, produced and written for several television shows, including HBO’s True Blood.
Her short film D.E.B.S. (2003)was turned into a feature film (2002) with help from Sony after it premiered at Sundance.
BARBARA STEPANSKY received a Nicholl Fellowship in Screenwriting. She has studied filmmaking at UCLA, USC and AFI.
Her first feature film Hurt (2009) was a thriller released on DVD by Monterey Media.
ALEXANDRA ROXO created an directed a documentary series for Vice Every Woman: Life as a Truck Stop Stripper (2014).
Roxo’s new series Be Here Nowish was developed with Natalie Leite with whom she started a company, Purple Milk, so that they both could collaborate in producing and directing work.
LIZA JOHNSON has a background in Visual Arts and received her BA from Williams College and an MFA from UC San Diego.
She directed several shorts and video installations before directing her first American feature Return (2011) which was nominated for several Independent Spirit Awards and starred Linda Cardellini.
VICKY JENSON was the first woman to direct an Oscar winning Animated Feature with the DreamWorks film Shrek.
She also has directed over 40 commercial spots with Anonymous Content – and at the time she worked with them she was the only woman they represented.
AGNIESZKA WOJTOWICZ-VOSLOO directed the short film Pâté (2001) which premiered at Sundance while still a student at NYU.
Through that success she got an agent and began writing the feature film After Life (2009) which she ended up directing with Liam Neeson and Christina Ricci.
ALEXANDRA SHIVA’s most recent documentary about autism How to Dance in Ohio (2015) premiered at Sundance and was distributed by HBO.
Shiva formed her company Gidalya Pictures while her making her first feature documentary Bombay Eunuch (2001).