Marcia Gay Harden — One of film, theatre and television’s uniquely original talents, Marcia Gay
Harden won the Academy Award in 2001 for her portrayal of Lee Krasner in Pollock. Harden
attended the Sundance Institute Directors Lab in 1991 as an actor on Alison Maclean’s project
CRUSH, which went on to screen at the Sundance Film Festival in 1993. Three years later, Harden
appeared in CARE OF THE SPITFIRE GRILL, directed by Lee David Zlotoff and winner of the
Festival’s Audience Award. In 2007 Harden appeared to wide acclaim in INTO THE WILD, directed
by Sean Penn. This year Harden stars in HOME opposite her real-life daughter, Eulala Grace Scheel.