Sarah Sitzler is a writer, director, and installation artist. Her passion for film was ignited during her time at Fordham University, where she worked at the movie rental desk of the school's library. After renting a DVD of "Eraserhead", Sarah promptly registered for film classes and immersed herself in the world of avant-garde. Upon graduating with Bachelor of Arts degrees in Visual Arts and Communications, Sarah has worked on feature films, television, commercials, fashion, and music videos. She has also taught filmmaking to middle school youth in Brooklyn through the Xposure After School Program from 2014-15. Her students' "Work Hard" music video was nominated for a NY Emmy. Sarah continues to write and direct her own projects.
"We don't want false, polished, slick films-
we prefer them rough, unpolished, but alive;
we don't want rosy films-
we want them the color of blood."
-New American Cinema Group, 1962.