Erin Greenwell

Erin is currently developing her feature length script, "The Flight Deck", a narrative feature based on the butch/femme lesbian bar scene in Buffalo, NY during the 1950s.

Erin Greenwell directed her feature film "My Best Day" which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival 2012. Other directing endevors include "Oh Come On", a punk DIY performance video for The Julie Ruin and co-directing "The Golden Age of Hustlers" featuring Justin Vivian Bond's, remake of an iconic song written by legendary punk chanteuse Bambi Lake, about the 1970's gay hustler scene on Polk Street in San Francisco during the pre-HIV/AIDS era.

Erin formed Smithy Productions, a production company, with the aim to house various talents from the queer/ independent art community under the umbrella of narrative/ documentary storytelling.

Erin co-produced and edited, Hunting in War Time, profiling the extraordinary stories of Tlingit Vietnam War veterans from the village of Hoonah, Alaska. HIW screened at numerous festivals this year and received awards including The James Aronson Award for Social Justice Journalism and the Big Sky Award at the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival.

Ms. Greenwell is an established picture editor for film and television. Feature narrative films include "Clutter" starring Carol Kane and "The Hungry Ghosts" directed by Michael Imperioli. Television editing includes PBS, TLC, Animal Planet and the Travel Channel.