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Rebecca Miller first came to the Sundance Film Festival in 1995 with her breakthrough film Angela, which earned her the Excellence in Cinematography Award for Drama and the Filmmakers Trophy for Drama. Pictured above meeting Robert Redford at the annual Filmmakers Brunch at the Festival, Miller is the daughter of Pulitzer Prize–winning playwright Arthur Miller and acclaimed photographer Inge Morath, and seems to have been predestined for artistic greatness on the screen. She returned to the Festival in 2002 with Personal Velocity: Three Portraits, for which she was awarded the Dramatic Grand Jury Prize and once again the Excellence in Cinematography Award for Drama. She also came to Park City in 2005 with The Ballad of Jack and Rose, and again in 2015 with Maggie’s Plan. Miller not only directed but also wrote all four of the films that played the Festival.

Click to watch trailers for Personal Velocity: Three Portraits, The Ballad of Jack and Rose, and Maggie’s Plan

© 1996 Sandria Miller for Sundance Institute, Film still courtesy of The Ballad of Jack and Rose, Film still courtesy of Angela, Film still courtesy of Personal Velocity: Three Portraits, Film still courtesy of The Ballad of Jack and Rose, Film still courtesy of Maggie’s Plan.