Lynn Hershman Leeson has worked extensively in photography, video, film, performance, installation, and interactive and net-based media. She received the prestigious Golden Nica Prix Ars Electronica, in 1999 for a networked telerobotic site specific installation commissioned for the ZKM Mediammuseum in Germany. Hershman Leeson received a tribute and retrospective at the San Francisco International Film Festival, and she was awarded the ZKM/Seimens Media Arts Award. She was a Sundance Screenwriter Fellow and was honored with the Flintridge Foundation Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Visual Arts. In 2003, she received The Alfred P. Sloan Film Prize, awarded for writing and directing Teknolust, a film that "explores science and technology themes with originality and insight, challenging existing stereotypes". In 2006 she received the International Association of Digital Arts award for "Innovative storytelling" and Zero One Prize for "Media that Matters" and in 2008, a Creative Capital Grant for her documentary Women Art Revolution.