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ZOE CLARKE-WILLIAMS made her directorial debut in 1996 at age 22 with the feature film Men. She also wrote the screenplay, inspired by Margaret Diehl's novel of the same name, with Karen Black and James Andronica. Men was shown at the 1997 Cannes Film Festival and was then invited to the CineJove Festival in Valencia Spain where Jury Chairman Daniel Bergman, Ingmar's son, awarded Clarke-Williams the "Special Jury Prize." The Hollywood Film Festival tapped her as the "Best Young Filmmaker" for 1996. Men opened in Los Angeles in June '98 with a rave review from the LA Times.

Clarke-Williams was chosen by esteemed producer Roland Joffe (Killing Fields) to direct the 90-minute pilot for MTV's first dramatic series entitled "Undressed."

Clarke-Williams began her career studying standup comedy with Greg Dean. She then switched to acting and studied at Playhouse West with Robert Carnegie and Jeff Goldblum.

Her directing skills were enhanced when she embarked on a three-and-a-half year directing course with her father, director-producer, Paul Williams. He taught her the various disciplines of still photography, fine arts, film history and theory, writing, editing and making short films. One of her four shorts, all of which were based on characters from Men, was intriguing enough to attract the interest of Stephen Stills, who volunteered to compose and perform an original score.

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