Sarah Green (Producer) marks her fourth collaboration with David Mamet with "The Winslow Boy." Most recently Green co-produced "The Spanish Prisoner," which Mamet wrote and directed, and which stars Campbell Scott, Ben Gazzara and Steve Martin. She co-produced "American Buffalo," based on Mamet's play, which starred Dustin Hoffman, Dennis Franz and Sean Nelson and she produced another of Mamet's play adaptations, "Oleanna" which Mamet also directed.

Sarah Green produced three pictures for writer-director John Sayles, all with Maggie Renzi. "The Secret of Roan Inish" was named one of the top ten Independent Releases of 1995; "Passion Fish" was nominated for two Academy Awards, Best Original Screenplay and Best Actress for Mary McDonnell; "City of Hope" won the Grand Prix at the Tokyo Film Festival and the Critic's Award in Edinburgh. Green first worked with Sayles as Assistant Production Manager on "Matewan" and "Eight Men Out."

Green was co-producer on the period Western "Thousand Pieces of Gold," and she produced the Emmy Award-winning production of "Andre's Mother," written by Terrance McNally and featuring Richard Thomas. "Andre's Mother" was named Best Television Movie of 1990 by the National Board of Review.

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