Mazzio, producer and director, CEO, 50 eggs inc.
Mazzio is an American award-winning documentary
filmmaker, attorney, and olympic athtlete who
participated in Rowing at the 1992 Summer Olympics.
Sbe is currently the president and founder of
the independent film company 50 Eggs Inc.
received her B.A. in philosophy and political
science from Mount Holyoke College in 1983 and
a J.D. from Georgetown University in 1987. She
was also a graduate student at Boston University
where she studied film production. She is a former
attorney and law firm partner with the firm Brown,
Rudnick, Freed, and Gesmer.
A Hero For Daisy (1999)
1999 film, A Hero for Daisy,,called "a
landmark film" by The New York Times,
is about Olympian Chris Ernst, who (in 1976) led
her Yale University rowing team in a protest which
ultimately enhanced athletic opportunities for
women. This film, which won a Gracie and a Women's
Foundation Journalism Award, aired nationwide
on ESPN, Oxygen, and WTSN (Canada), was invited
to screen at The Smithsonian, and is in thousands
of classrooms across the nation.
Apple Pie (2002)
followed up this film with Apple Pie in 2002,
featuring Drew Bledsoe, Mia Hamm, Shaquille O'Neal,
Grant Hill, Kenny Lofton, and other athletes,
which was called "illuminating... told with
deftness and emotion...priceless" by The
New York Times.
Lemonade Stories (2004)
recently produced Lemonade Stories, featuring
Richard Branson, Arthur Blank, Russell Simmons,
and other entrepreneurs, which was the subject
of a USA Today cover story and is being shown
throughout the world on television and in classrooms,
board rooms, business schools, and consulting
* The Gracie Award
* Women's Sports Foundation Journalism Award,
* Myra Sadker award
* Henry Luce Foundation Fellowship (Korea)
* Rotary Foundation Graduate Fellowship (France)
* Rhode Island Film Festival - 1st Place Judge's
Commendation for Best Documentary (Credit: