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Sarah Harbin

Sarah Harbin

Documentary Film and Video

About

Sarah Harbin has been living in the San Francisco Bay Area for nine years and has produced a number of short documentaries. She is currently working as a freelance videographer on documentary projects which range from local theatre groups in San Francisco to Stanford University's Center for Teaching and Learning. Sarah has a B.A. in Film Studies and Studio Art from the University of California, Berkeley. She also studied film at the University of Barcelona and at P.U.C. Rio de Janeiro.


Sonata for the Left Hand

digital video

JUNE, 1999
VIDEO DURATION: 20:30 MIN
Armed only with tuning forks and replacement parts, a small band of North American piano tuners invade Cuba on a mission of musical mercy.

Awards, Festivals, and Screenings

National Cinemateque of Mexico - CCC 5th International Festival of Film Schools
Film Arts Foundation Festival

Just 'Cause

16mm color film

JUNE, 1998
VIDEO DURATION: 7 MIN.

An inside look at an unusual concert and sporting event, designed to raise money for and awareness about breast cancer and its effects on young people.


Fraternity

video

MARCH, 1998
VIDEO DURATION: 9 MIN.
Due to a housing shortage, Robert moves into his older brother's boyfriend's closet, where he finds everything from beaded gowns to renewed sibling relationships. The two brothers reflect on how new HIV medication has affected their lives and their family ties.

Awards, Festivals, and Screenings

Gay Men's Health Crisis Living with AIDS series, Free Speech TV showcase

Preconceived Ideas

16mm black and white film

DECEMBER, 1997
VIDEO DURATION: 4 MIN.

A young woman reflects on her experience as an egg donor for an infertile couple.