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Zoe Mintz is a filmmaker and actor based in New York City. In 2021, she founded Zorg Productions. She is also a continuing education student in Hunter College's Theatre B.A. program.

Zoe's film Vibrator Girl was an official selection for the 2023 SXSW Film & TV Festival.


Zoe just wrote, produced, and starred in Vibrator Girl, a short film about a woman with an unusually close relationship with her vibrator, which will make its world premiere at the 2023 SXSW Film & TV Festival. Zoe previously played Gertrude in Gregory Mosher's adaptation of Hamlet for Hunter College. In 2021, Zoe performed 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 (dir. Luis Feliciano). 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 impact of a sudden traumatic event on a friendship between two queer women and their broader social circle.

In addition to her work in theatre and film, Zoe moonlights as a staff writer for the free indie music festival Underwater Sunshine and models for internationally-renowned fine artists. In previous lives she was a a 2nd-degree brown belt in American kenpo, an AmeriCorps member, an event planner, and a gift shop associate at the Metropolitan Museum of Art - where she received world-class training on directing tourists to the bathroom.

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