Sally Rubin is a documentary filmmaker and editor based in Los
Angeles. She is a graduate of Stanford University's MA program in
documentary film and video.
Her recent editing and assistant editing credits include Granny D goes to Washington (ITVS-funded, national PBS broadcast in fall 2006), the Freedom Machines DVD project (the film was ITVS-funded, aired
nationally on PBS/POV in fall 2004), The Fall of Fujimori (2005
Sundance Film Festival), and Back on Track, a project for the San
Francisco DA's office by Citizen Film productions. She was also the
Associate Producer of David Sutherland's Country Boys (CPB-funded,
aired nationally on PBS/Frontline in 2006).
Sally's own films have aired on local PBS stations, cable stations,
and have garnered the following awards and screenings, among others:
Best Student Documentary- Fargo Film Festival, Finalist- Angelus
Awards, Honorable Mention- Marin County Film Festival, Mill Valley
Film Festival, Cinequest Film Festival, Frameline/Alive at Ninth
Street screening, and a Pacific Film Archive screening. Her personal
website is: www.sallyrubinfilms.com.
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