Sarah Keenlyside is a Toronto-based documentary director and producer. Most recently, she was commissioned by the City of Vancouver to create a series of 12 short films documenting the city’s public art installations for the 2010 Olympic Games. The films can be seen on the Knowledge Network throughout 2010, as well as on all Air Canada flights during the Olympics and on the City of Vancouver’s website.
In 2005, Sarah created Inkblot Media, a production company that develops and produces cross-platform video content. Since then, she has produced, written and directed dozens of short films featuring world-renowned personalities including light artist James Turrell, iconic Canadian writer Douglas Coupland, sculptor Mark DiSuvero and architect Jack Diamond.
Sarah also directs and line produces a series about cruise traveling called “Ship 2 Shore” for Toronto-based production company Influence Entertainment Group. So far, she has directed five episodes, covering such exotic locales as China, Russia, the Caribbean, Holland and Southeast Asia. The series will premiere in Fall 2010 on CTV and the Travel and Escape Channel.
Sarah grew up in British Columbia and Ontario and graduated from McGill University with a BA in Cultural Studies. Before filmmaking, she worked as an entertainment journalist writing for daily and weekly newspapers, film festival publications, trade and consumer magazines and websites.
- Inkblot Media ·
- Toronto, Ontario