Susan Sandler is a playwright, screenwriter, teacher, and mentor.

Her screenplays include the Golden Goble nominated “Crossing Delancey” and “Friends At Last” as well as projects for Sony Pictures Entertainment, Twentieth Century Fox, Disney, TNT, Columbia Pictures, Jersey Films and Interscope.

Her work for the stage has been produced in New York, at major theatres across the country, and around the world. Her plays include “Crossing Delancey”, “Under the Bed”, “The Renovation”, “The Moaner”, “If I Were A Train”, “Hokey-Pokey”, “The Find”, “The Burial Society”, “The Lovely Just So”, and “Kinfolks and Mountain Music.”

She is a member of the Ensemble Studio Theatre, the HB Playwrights Foundation, and the Writers Guild of America. Sandler’s work is published by Smith and Kraus, Vintage Press, and Samuel French Publishers. Her plays have also been produced for “Playing on Air : Great American Short Plays with Great American Actors” on Public Radio and related podcasts.

She is currently directing and producing a documentary film on comedian Julia Scotti. Sandler is on the faculty of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts in The Kanbar Institute of Film and Television. Along with her teaching, she has passionately guided NYU’s Fusion Film Festival since its inception, celebrating the work of women behind the camera, and mentoring the next generation of female change-makers in film, television and new media.