This is the story of what happens when a young girl does not want to share her candy.About The Filmmaker
Bio:Sarah C. Poindexter has a diverse creative background having written, produced or directed for both television (network and public) and film (Hollywood and independent). She has directed four feature films. Soulful, the story of a crack-addicted woman who sells the soul of her unborn child to the devil so that it may be born healthy is distributed by Koch Entertainment. Her latest film, The Greatest Song, has a distribution deal with Image Entertainment with an August 2009 release date. Sarah has produced and directed numerous documentary films including The Tolerance Project, which explored the way teenagers deal with issues of diversity. It was nominated for a Mid-Atlantic Emmy and received The National Telecommunications Award for best documentary series. It airs nationally on public television. Sarah owns and operates a full service digital media production company, On The Reel, LLC that specializes in promotional videos. No matter what genre Sarah works in, whether it is fiction or nonfiction, she has a commitment to telling stories that are often ignored by mainstream media. Sarah received an M.F.A. in Film and Media Arts from Temple University in 1999.
Awards:The National Association For Telecommunications Award 2004 The Tolerance Project - Best Documentary Series Mid-Atlantic Emmy Nomination 2003 The Tolerance Project Paul Robeson Fund for Independent Media 2002-2003 Research grant for a documentary project entitled These Are Our Schools on the nationwide privatization of America’s public schools. Philadelphia Gay and Lesbian Film Festival 2002 The Tolerance Project, episode II, an exploration of sexual orientation among Philadelphia teenagers. Future Faculty Fellowship 1993 - 1997 Temple UniversityOther Films by Sarah Poindexter