JILL SPRECHER made her directing debut in 1997 with the independent feature
CLOCKWATCHERS. Co-written with her sister Karen, the film debuted at Sundance
and went on to screen at over a dozen international film festivals, winning top
honors at the Turin Film Festival.
THIRTEEN CONVERSATIONS ABOUT ONE THING, her second feature, was released in 2002
and appeared on a number of Top Ten lists, including Roger Ebert's and The
National Board of Review.
A philosophy and literature major at the University of Wisconsin, Sprecher
received her Masters in Cinema Studies from NYU.
She got her start as a production coordinator, production manager and line
producer on both studio and independent features, including ENEMIES: A LOVE
STORY, LAST RITES, STONEWALL, and THE LAST GOOD TIME.
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