Hilary Brougher

Associate Professor
513 Dodge Hall
Hilary Brougher is a writer and director living and working in N.Y.C. She wrote and directed her first feature The Sticky Fingers of Time in 1996, produced by Isen Robbins, Susan Stover and Good Machine. The film was an official selection at the Venice, Rotterdam, and Toronto International Film Festivals, and was released theatrically in the U.S. in 1997. Hilary wrote and directed her second feature Stephanie Daley in 2006. The film starred Tilda Swinton, Amber Tamblyn, Melissa Leo, Tim Hutton and Denis O’Hare. It premiered at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival where Hilary won the Waldo Salt Award for Screenwriting. The film was also awarded Best Director at the Milan International Film and was released theatrically in 2007. Current filmmaking projects include an original feature screenplay in development, Lila's Inside, with actress Sarita Choudhury attached.
 
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2007
Stephanie Daley / In her new movie, “Stephanie Daley,” Ms. Brougher flirts with genre again, this time the murder mystery. Opening Friday, “Stephanie Daley” is also a dual character study....

2006
Waldo Salt Award for Screenwriting / Brougher won the screenwriting award for Stephanie Daley, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival....

1997
The Sticky Fingers of Time / Not every time traveler is a wide-eyed innocent....
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