Elizabeth Murray, only the fifth women to have a career retrospective at MoMA, was a maverick who defied convention. Rockland County filmmaker Kristi Zea explores the relationship between Murray's family life and her career while reconsidering her place in contemporary art history. Excerpts from her journals, voiced by Meryl Streep, reveal the artist's fierce ambition and internal conflicts. A NY Times Critics' Pick. Meet the Filmmaker: two time Oscar nominee, Kristi Zea.