Sande Zeig's first short film Central Park (produced in association with Good Machine, Inc.) was presented in over 30 film festivals, including Sundance, Berlin, Toronto, Locarno, Rio de Janeiro and Taipei. Central Park was broadcast on Canal+ (France) and SBS (Australia). The Girl is her feature film debut. Zeig worked for many years in theater as an actor, writer and producer, where her credits include the New York Equity Showcase of Behind the Heart, an adaptation of Djuna Barnes' stories, the Paris premiere of The Constant Journey, written and co-directed by Monique Wittig, and the New York production of Impersonators, a one-person show. Zeig has been an artist in residence at Goddard College and the University of Wisconsin as well as a MacDowell Colony Fellow. She has received a California Council for the Arts' Artist in Residence grant, an Astraea Foundation grant and an Art Matters Fellowship. Zeig is President of Artistic License Films, a New York based distributor of independent film.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2003.
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