Elizabeth Chomko is an American director and writer best known for What They Had (2018), starring Hilary Swank. Her screenplay for What They Had won an Academy Nicholl Fellowship in 2015 and premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. She is also a playwright and theatre actress, and has appeared in television and film roles on Terriers (2010), Common Law (2012), and South Boston Legal (2014) among others. Chomko attended the Sundance Institute Screenwriting Lab in 2015. She was named by Variety a Top 10 Screenwriter to Watch at the 2018 Whistler Film Festival. She is originally from Chicago, Illinois.
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