Claudia Weill

Claudia Weill is a film, television and theatre director. Her feature films include Girlfriends (which plays at BAM on May 20), It’s My Turn, and the Academy Award-nominated The Other Half of the Sky: A China Memoir. She has directed theatre at Williamstown, the O’Neill, Sundance, ACT, Manhattan Theatre Club, the Public Theatre (Donald Margulies’ Found A Peanut), Pasadena Playhouse, EST and Irish Rep (The Belle of Belfast). Her production of Chiara Atik’s Bump is currently playing at the Ensemble Studio Theater and runs through June 3. Weill’s TV work includes Sesame Street, Thirtysomething (Emmy), My So-Called Life, Face of a Stranger (Emmy for Gena Rowlands) and Girls (HBO). She teaches TV Directing at the New School and Columbia University and serves on the Executive Committee for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, to which she was the third woman admitted as a director in 1981.

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From Girlfriends to Girls and Beyond

By Claudia Weill | May 18, 2018

From Girlfriends to Girls and Beyond

Claudia Weill looks back on the path her career took, starting with her seminal 1978 feature debut.