Sari is an award winning filmmaker with 20 years experience. She has a gift for getting to the heart of a story with clarity and compassion. Whether in the field or in the edit room, she deeply connects with her subjects to craft narratives that move, challenge and inspire.
Her directorial debut, Kings Point, was nominated for an Academy Award, aired on HBO, and screened at film festivals internationally. Saving Capitalism, which she co-directed and edited, is about the economist and former Secretary of Labor, Robert Reich, and will air on Netflix this Fall. She was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for her work on Ghosts of Abu Ghraib. And many of her films have opened at the Sundance Film Festival, aired on HBO, PBS, and screened world-wide.
After many years of experiencing an east/west tug, Sari has made her home in San Francisco.