Sarah Luise Graham is a Melbourne based independent film/doco maker who gravitates towards film projects that focus on the arts and community. Sarah has been an integral part of the Blank Tape Video production team as a director, DOP and editor and has worked on videos for musicians such as FourPlay, Archie Roach, Tim Rogers, Emma Donovan, The Twoks, Nathan Slater, Dreamcoat, Philemon, Matt Glass, San Lazaro, and a number of artists supported by Multicultural Arts Victoria and HopeStreet Recordings. Sarah enjoys learning and capturing the diverse facets of any community.
After completing a BA in Fine Art (Drawing) at Concordia University, Montreal, thanks to a scholarship, Sarah wen onto finishing her Masters in Film and Television (Documentary) at the VCA (Victorian College of the Arts) in Melbourne, where she developed her skills as a filmmaker; earning awards for her sound design and more.
In 2014 Sarah travelled to rural China as an assistant director on a documentary focusing on women’s reproductive health. From this she has continued to work on film projects centred on social justice – documenting community workshops for the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence, the Connect and Respect program, and an anti gambling campaign. Other projects range from filming art installations, the Creative Victoria Generators 2015 project, and lifting sculptures through a forest for an ABC Arts doco.