|Who is it?||Director, Writer, Sound Department|
|Birth Day||June 23, 1955|
|Birth Place||New York City, New York, United States|
|Age||65 YEARS OLD|
|Occupation||Film director, television director, screenwriter|
|Spouse(s)||David Mansfield (1993–present; 2 children)|
Home Remedy (1987): Munich Film Festival (American Independent section), Torino Film Festival.
The Ballad of Little Jo (1993): Rome-Florence Film Festival (Special Jury Award), Independent Spirit Award: nominated for Best Female Lead (Suzy Amis), won Best Supporting Male (David Chung). Fine Line Features and Polygram Filmed Entertainment.
The Adventures of Pete & Pete (TV series), episodes “The Trouble with Teddy” (1996), “Inspector 34” (1994), “Sick Day” (1994).
The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo, TV series, episodes “The Seminole Mystery” (1997), “The Macbeth Mystery” (1997), “The John Doe Mystery” (1997), “The Mascot Mystery” (1997), “The Case of the Knockout Gas” (1997), “Eye of the Storm” (1997), “Wipeout” (1996), “Hot Seats: Part 2” (1996), “Hot Seats: Part 1” (1996).
Songcatcher (2000): Sundance Dramatic Competition and Special Jury Award for Ensemble Performance, Sloan Foundation Award, Deauville Film Festival Audience Award, two Independent Spirit Awards (Best Debut Performance - Emmy Rossum, Best Supporting Female - Pat Carroll), GLAAD Award nominations (Outstanding Film - limited release), Director’s View Festival Dorothy Arzner Prize, Hamptons Film Festival Feature Film Prize in Science and Technology. Lionsgate Entertainment.
What Makes a Family (2001), TV movie: GLAAD Award for Outstanding Television Movie, Humanitas Award.
Tempted (2003, aka Returning Lily), TV movie.
Wildfire (2005), TV series, episode “The Party.”
Madam Secretary (2017), TV series, episode “Break in Diplomacy.”
Greenwald has taught film directing and screenwriting at Sarah Lawrence College, Columbia University Graduate School of the Arts, and NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.