Writer, Director Feature Film A Hard Sci-Fi feature screenplay currently in development through a residency at SF FilmHouse. Logline: When a young scientist’s work reveals that an extraterrestrial intelligence has been tinkering with the human brain, she must race to understand the meaning of her discovery before it is weaponized by religious zealots who wish to drag the world back into the dark ages. Supported by SFFilm
Director, Co-Writer Short Film Award winning WWII Sci-Fi film, by Wylie Herman and Liz Anderson.
Neither Here Nor There
Consulting Producer TV Mini-Series Logline: Determined to rebrand a condom company for women, an impassioned young Chinese American ad exec must wrangle crazy coworkers, overly critical parents, and her own unrealistic expectations.
Thanks, I'm Super!
Writer, Director Feature Screenplay Currently in Development
Writer, Director Feature Screenplay Currently in development
Improvisor TV Seriese This award winning partially scripted/partially improvised TV show was created, written and directed by Ryan Lynch, with additional written and improvised dialogue by Liz Anderson, Ashley Chaney, Chrissy Mazzio, Anthony Venitziale and Andrew Bancroft.
Writer, Director Feature Screenplay Later adapted and combined with Ashley Cowan's short play, The Month of Yes to create the cynical episodic comedy about feeling trapped in the best place on earth. co-created by: Liz Anderson and Ashley Cowan
Waiting on the T
A comedic look at city planning and the effects of gentrification on San Francisco's Hunters Point neighborhood. Commissioned and produced by The Brava Theater.
Radio Variety Hour
Topical political radio dramas and comedy sketches for monthly live show & podcast.
GPS - Short Film
Liz was hired as script consultant for this thriller about technology.
Teen Health Show
Liz Wrote and directed Not at the Dinner Table, a sketch comedy Health & Sex-Ed show for high school students. This trilingual production was commissioned and funded by UCSF, New Generations Health Clinic and the Brava Theater.
Waking Hour - Short Film
A young woman can not tell reality from memory following the death of her lover. script co-written by: Liz Anderson and Traci Wrycza