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 In 2011 Sara is one of 3 finalists shortlisted for the prestigious Rory Peck Impact Award 2011 for her film "I will never be Cut"  which she shot as a self-shooting director in Kenya about two teenage girls resisting circumcision. The winner will be announced in November at the Award Ceremony in London. 

AWARDS

In 2011 Sara was one of 3 finalists for the prestigious Rory Peck Sony Impact Award 2011 for her film ‘I will never be Cut’ which she made as a self-shooting director in Kenya about two teenage girls resisting circumcision.

In 2004 Sara was a finalist for the  Rory Peck Sony Impact Award  for 'Wounded Soldiers.' This film was directed and filmed by Sara and was the lead story on Channel 4 News. The film had extraordinary access, and investigated the numbers of American soldiers wounded during the Iraq war. Michael Moore used a clip of it in his film 'Fahrenheit 9.11.'

 

 In 2008 Sara was the camera operator working with the director Teresa Smith on ‘Summit About The Boy’ (Sara also acted as camera/director for some scenes). This was the winner of the 2008  IVCA Clarion Awards for Television  In this film a young street boy called Lee was given special access to the questions and answer session with President Bush and Tony Blair at the G8 summit in Germany.

In 2002 Sara produced sections of the series of the award winning 'Commanding Heights' a six part series which included interviewing world leaders such as President Clinton and many other Heads of State, including Lech Walesa. It included interviews with most of today's most influential political thinkers and politicians and won many awards, amongst these was the Gold Award for Best Series on National and International Affairs, and had various Emmy nominations.  

Sara has a BTEC Advanced Award in ‘Surviving Hostile Regions’. (She was also CBR checked 2006, 2009 and again in 2011 in order to direct Children’s TV)  

 

AWARDS

In 2012 Sara won two International Webby Awards for 'I Will Never Be Cut'. Known as the 'on-line Oscars' one was the Judges Prize for the Best Single Documentary on the web and the other The People's Choice for the Best Documentary. There were 10,000 entries for these awards from across the globe, so it was a great endorsement from both the panal of judges and ordinary viewers.  My mother and friends didn't even know I was up for it, nor did I so it wasn't our votes!!!

In 2011 Sara was one of 3 finalists for the prestigious Rory Peck Sony Impact Award 2011 for her film ‘I will never be Cut’ which she made as a self-shooting director in Kenya about two teenage girls resisting circumcision.  

In 2004 Sara was a finalist for the Rory Peck Sony Impact Award 2004 for 'Wounded Soldiers.' This film was directed and filmed by Sara and was the lead story on Channel 4 News. The film had extraordinary access, and investigated the numbers of American soldiers wounded during the Iraq war. Michael Moore used a clip of it in his film 'Fahrenheit 9.11.'

 

In 2008 Sara was the camera operator working with the director Teresa Smith on 'Summit About The Boy’ (Sara also acted as camera/director for some scenes). This was the winner of the 2008  IVCA Clarion Awards for Television  In this film a young street boy called Lee was given special access to the questions and answer session with President Bush and Tony Blair at the G8 summit in Germany.

 

In 2002 Sara produced sections of the series of the award winning 'Commanding Heights' a six part series which included interviewing world leaders such as President Clinton and many other Heads of State, including Lech Walesa. It included interviews with most of today's most influential political thinkers and politicians and won many awards, amongst these was the Gold Award for Best Series on National and International Affairs, and had various Emmy nominations.  

Sara has a BTEC Advanced Award in ‘Surviving Hostile Regions’. (She was also CBR checked 2006, 2009 and again in 2011 in order to direct Children’s TV)  

 




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