Sharon Greytak

President, Emerald Pictures, Inc; director; writer; producer

Sharon Greytak is an award-winning New York City-based independent filmmaker who has written, produced, and directed feature-length fiction films, documentaries, and experimental shorts. In 2013, three of her feature-length films "Hearing Voices", "The Love Lesson", and "Losing It" were archived in the UCLA/Sundance Collection.  Greytak's latest award-winning feature film is "ARCHAEOLOGY OF A WOMAN" with Golden Globe winner/Oscar nominated actress Sally Kirkland, and Tony Award winner Victoria Clark. She was named 1 of the "10 Filmmakers to Watch in 2014" by The Independent. Her feature "Archaeology of a Woman" premiered in 2014.


Education
BFA, University of Hartford; MFA, California Institute of the Arts
Films include
Archaeology of a Woman, The Love Lesson, Hearing Voices, Losing It, Weirded Out and Blown Away, Czechoslovakian Woman, Some Pleasure on the Level of the Source
Publications include
The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Variety, Hollywood Reporter, Artforum, Boston Globe, San Francisco Chronicle
Collections include
Museum of Modern Art; New Museum*; New York Public Library; The Sundance Collection at UCLA; Bela Balasz Studio, Budapest; Stanford University; American Friends Service Committee; Open Society Archive, Budapest
Awards and honors include
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