Sarah Kass is an experienced writer, producer, and director specializing in
both long and short form documentary. She has created many specials for
PBS, The History Channel, and the Discovery Channel networks. Her
wide-ranging subject matter includes history, art and culture, science
and the environment, technology, and politics.

Among SarahÕs credits are documentaries on global climate change, the
African slave trade, and Mark Twain's travels in the Holy Land. She has
been a contributing producer and writer with Quest, an award-winning
PBS science/environment/nature series. Sarah was the senior writer on
the 27-hour, Telly Award-winning History Channel series Man Moment
Machine
, which told stories around the convergence of biography, histori-
cal event, and technological innovation. She has worked for many years
with Indigo Films as a writer, producer and senior writer for documen-
tary specials as well as non-fiction series TV. Sarah writes interpretive
documentary films for museums and visitor centers. She also works with
independent filmmakers as a scriptwriter and story consultant.

Sarah has received prestigious honors for her work. Tripoli, America's
First War Overseas
, a History Channel special she wrote on piracy in
19th century Libya won a Cine Golden Eagle Award and was nominated
for a national Emmy; Climate Watch: Unlocking the Grid, a half-hour
special she produced and wrote about renewable energy was nominated
for a Northern California Emmy. Mustang-Journey of Transformation,
an independent film she wrote about a 15th century Tibetan culture rescued
from the brink of extinction has won several international film festival
awards and was broadcast nationally on PBS.

Sarah has over 15 years experience producing and directing documentaries
and draws on these skills to craft scripts that not only tell an engaging
story but take into consideration the challenges of production, budget, and
visualization.