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A native of Los Angeles, Greer Sinclair spent her formative teen years in rural Louisiana where she began writing and performing.


Sinclair is currently a Screenwriting Fellow at the American Film Institute. At AFI, she wrote and co-produced four narrative short films. She writes moody thrillers that explore history and gender through a contemporary lens. In 2023, she became a two-time Sloan Fellowship Award nominee.


Prior to AFI, she attended Mount Holyoke College and Sarah Lawrence College where she studied directing, film history, and experimental theatre. She received her Bachelor's in film from the San Francisco Art Institute where she began directing short films and music video. 

She previously co-hosted the Noir City film festival with Eddie Muller of Turner Classic Movies' Noir Alley, where she highlighted women in the film noir genre.

Her writing on film and culture has been published in

Vanity Fair and Air Mail Magazine.

Sinclair is currently developing her first feature.


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