So Many Things To Consider

Director: Sandye Wilson
Countries: USA
Year: 1996
Running Time: 10 min.
Language: English

This film narrates a black woman’s eclectic experience growing up in New York City and explores her options in her search for a “good man” through recollections of times past, bringing some of her most memorable impressions to light.

About the Director

Sandye Wilson

sandyeBiography: Sandye Wilson is an actor and director, known for So Many Things to Consider (1996), Sidewalk Stories (1989) and Law & Order (1990). Wilson, raised on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, studied at Bennington College in Vermont and at The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, England. Wilson also works with the 52nd Street Project, where professional actors, directors and writers team up with children to create original plays. Her short play, Who Slapped Alfredo Falls, is published in the 52nd Street Project’s The Butler Did It, series. Wilson co-founded Urban Griots, a performance group of writers, directors and actors and co-founded a poetry performance group, Gap-Tooth Girlfriends: The Third Act, who published an anthology by the same name.

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Films Shown in AFF, Inc. Programs:
So Many Things to Consider (1997).

Filmography:
Sidewalk Stories (1989);
Law & Order (1990);
So Many Things to Consider (1996);
Notsoprivate (2004).