Elisabeth Subrin

Elisabeth Subrin is the writer-director of A Woman, A Part, starring Maggie Siff, Cara Seymour and John Ortiz, which has a one-week run at the IFC Center starting this Wednesday, March 22. It is her first narrative feature. Subrin’s critically acclaimed films and video art have screened widely internationally, including at the New York Film Festival, Rotterdam International Film Festival, the Vienna Viennale, the Whitney Biennial, the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Subrin participated in the Sundance Institute Feature Film Directing and Screenwriting Labs with her first feature screenplay, Up. A 2002 Guggenheim Fellow, she’s also received grants and fellowships from the Rockefeller, Annenberg, Creative Capital and Andrea Frank Foundations. Subrin teaches in the Film and Media Arts Department at Temple University and lives in Brooklyn.


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Who Cares About Films About Actresses?

By Elisabeth Subrin | March 20, 2017

Who Cares About Films About Actresses?

A Woman, A Part director Elisabeth Subrin on her quest to solve the riddle of why she chose an actress as the subject of her debut feature.