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Zoe Mintz is a filmmaker, writer, and actor based in New York, NY. In 2021, she founded Zorg Productions

Zoe's first film Vibrator Girl had its world premiere as a Midnight Short at the 2023 SXSW Film & TV Festival, and was also an official selection of Hollyshorts Film Festival, Palm Springs International ShortFest, SIFF + Museum of Pop Culture SFFS Film Festival, and others to be announced later this year.


In 2022, Zoe wrote, produced, and starred in Vibrator Girl, a short film about a woman with an unusually close relationship with her vibrator, which had its world premiere at the 2023 SXSW Film & TV Festival. Zoe also played Gertrude in Gregory Mosher's adaptation of Hamlet and Dusty in Harold Pinter's Party Time. She appeared as Z the Cat in the music video for Counting Crows' 2021 4-song EP Butter Miracle starring Clifton Collins Jr. (dir. Bill Fishman). In 2020, Zoe starred as Eurydice in Hunter Theatre Department's production of Sarah Ruhl's Eurydice. Zoe also directed a staged reading of her one-act play, The Rise, a modern adaptation of the myth of Persephone's abduction. Additionally, she wrote her first full-length play, Comfortable, about the trials of a friendship between two queer women.

Previous eras include two years of AmeriCorps service, earning a 2nd-degree brown belt in American kenpo, writing for Underwater Sunshine, modeling for internationally-renowned fine artists like Joshua LaRock and Richard Tuschman, and working in the gift shop at the Metropolitan Museum of Art - where she received world-class training on directing tourists to the bathroom.

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