"Simply one of the finest performance I ever saw" James Lipton, Inside the Actors Studio.

So far for 2018, Jeneffa Soldatic has directed Azzurro with Giacomo Gianniotti from Grey’s Anatomy, premiered at ICFF in Toronto, Super 80 selected to the 2018 Straight 8 Film Festival in London, Give me a Minute… selected into Joy House Film Festival and The New Your Film Market, Ordinary filmed in Los Angeles, The Hammer for San Diego Fringe Festival and Things I Know to be True for Australian Theatre Company. In 2017 for theatre she directed The Incredible Here and Now commissioned by The National Theatre of Parramatta with Wayne Harrison, and The Normal Heart at the Eternity Playhouse in Sydney. She has directed/developed numerous award winning theatre/film productions internationally; Then That Happened web series, Be Careful What You Wish For Edinburgh Fringe, Pick of the Fringe Dolores, Mrs President, and the multi-award winning production Speaking in Tongues for Australian Theatre Company, in LA. In a producing role she also produced/develop and story edit many documentaries that have gone on to major film festivals; Yes Madam, Sir with Helen Mirren, Highlights: performing The Guardian Angel at the Living Theatre by personal invitation from Judith Malina, all female Waiting for Godot at the original Circle in the Square NYC, and touring with The Polyphonic Spree, supporting David Bowie. Jeneffa is an on-set and private Acting Coach to many accomplished international actors and also at major international drama schools. She continues to hold workshops in Sydney, Caracas Venezuela, Perth, Paris, NYC, Bangkok and London as per invitation and is regularly invited to give master-classes, talk on panels and judge work internationally at Pace University in NYC, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok University, National Institute of Dramatic Art, University of New South Wales, Commune of Avigliano Umbro in Italy, ACA and is a current board member of Fundación Gimnasio de Actores in Venezuela as Head of the Advisory Council. After receiving her MFA from the Actors Studio Drama School in NYC she became a proud life member of the Actors Studio. She was recently invited to the new Directors Unit of the Actors Studio in NYC under multi-award winner Estelle Parsons and appointed as Adjunct Professor at Pace University Performing Arts School in NYC.


"Jeneffa Soldatic as Freda was amazing. She played the part of the indecisive 19 year old flawlessly, never for a moment stepping out of character or giving us a relief from her emotions" Jody Ekhart, samesame