A 2017 Sundance New Voices fellow, Flora is a writer/director based in Brooklyn. She is currently serving as Staff Writer and writing/directing asst. on the upcoming Netflix series starring Natasha Lyonne and Executive Produced by Leslye Headland and Amy Poehler. You can read Flora's non-screenwriting writing on McSweeney's. Her other work includes the short films Bedtime, Couples Who Run Together, and Going Places.
Sarah Scarlett Downing
Sarah is a writer/director based in Los Angeles with an interest in creating femme-centric narratives. Her first short “Night Life” (2015) premiered at Chicago’s Reeling LGBTQ festival and her most recent short “Craning” (2016) premiered at the LA Shorts Festival. Sarah’s upcoming projects include a collaborative feature thriller and a short film comedy about food and death. Sarah is also working on a pilot based on her experience as a Lit PhD drop out as well as a feature about a die-hard feminist struggling against herself and the patriarchy as she finds herself falling in love with, of all things, a man.
Based in Los Angeles, Natalie Sandy currently works as Development Executive for Quantity Entertainment. Founded by The Office alums and writing partners, Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky, Quantity Entertainment has overseen the development of numerous shows including HBO's Emmy-nominated Hello Ladies (written by Eisenberg, Stupnitsky and Stephen Merchant), Bad Teacher, Trophy Wife, Downward Dog and more.
Under Quantity Entertainment, Natalie is currently overseeing production for the Golden-Globe nominated Showtime comedy series, SMILF, as well as Eisenberg & Stupnitsky's original screenplay, GOOD BOYS, which has been set up with Seth Rogen's Point Grey Pictures and Good Universe.
Natalie is accustomed to wearing many hats, previously working as a Senior Producer for PBS, in Distribution/Marketing at The Weinstein Company, and as Assistant and Creative Executive under Screenwriter/ Director/ Playwright, Leslye Headland (BACHELORETTE, SLEEPING WITH OTHER PEOPLE, Heathers).