Sarah Domogala is a multi-award winning director, producer, and cinematographer. She is known for her work in both documentary and narrative films, and her projects have been featured at major film festivals around the world.
Born in California, Sarah began her career in the film industry by producing and directing music videos and commercials. Her experience in the music video world has led her to develop a unique visual style that is present in her films.
After producing several music videos and commercials, Sarah decided to pursue her passion for filmmaking and attended the University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts. After graduating, she made her first feature length documentary, "Hollywood to Dollywood," which focused on the relationship between country music legend Dolly Parton and her gay fans. The film was well received and was featured at numerous film festivals around the world.
Since then, she has gone on to direct two narrative films, "The Girls" and "The Waiting Room." Both films focus on the struggles of young women and garnered critical acclaim and numerous awards, including the Grand Jury Prize for Dramatic Feature at the Austin Film Festival.
Sarah is also an experienced cinematographer, having shot several narrative films and documentaries. Her work has been seen in films such as "The Waiting Room," "The Girls," and "Lola Versus Powerman."
In addition to her work in the film industry, Sarah is an active member of the film community, serving as a mentor to young filmmakers, and a judge at numerous film festivals. She is a strong advocate for increasing representation and diversity in the film industry, and strives to create work that reflects the lived experiences of people from different backgrounds.
Sarah Domogala is an inspiring filmmaker who has dedicated her career to creating meaningful and powerful stories. She is a leader in the film industry and a role model for aspiring filmmakers.