Since 1966, Wendy Keys has been with the Film Society of Lincoln Center as administrator, programmer and now board member. She directed and produced 30 of the organization’s annual gala tributes to distinguished actors and directors including Laurence Olivier, Federico Fellini, Bette Davis, Al Pacino, Mike Nichols and her last, Meryl Streep. She was on the selection committee of the New York Film Festival and curated film programs at the Walter Reade Theater. As part of her involvement with the Film Society, Ms. Keys continues to do onstage presentations – such as, most recently, conversations with Woody Allen, Mike Nichols and Jeff Bridges. Ms. Keys is the Vice Chair of the International Board of Human Rights Watch. Ms. Keys programmed the first Human Rights Watch Film Festival at the Public Theater in 1988. With her friends Brenda Dinnick and Helga Stephensen, she began HRW’s Toronto Committee. She also serves on the Communications Committee , the Africa Advisory Committee, and the New York Committee. She serves on several other boards and committees and is involved in the production of 2 compilation films, one for Friends of the High Line and one for the Film Society. She has directed and produced a documentary on the designer, Milton Glaser and continues to show it around the world.