Sarah Price

Instructor of Motion Picture Arts, Interlochen Arts Camp

Sarah Price is a producer/director best known for her feature documentary work, which has premiered at the top tier film festivals including Sundance, Toronto, and Berlin International fests. Filmography includes the theatrical releases American Movie (winner of the Grand Jury Prize for Best Documentary, Sundance Film Fest, released by Sony Pictures Classics/Columbia Tristar 1999), The Yes Men (released by United Artists/MGM 2004), Summercamp! (released by Argot Pictures/Sundance Channel 2008), and Caesar's Park (Sundance Channel 2003). She was also a cinematographer on The Yes Men Fix the World (HBO/Sundance Film Festival premiere 2009), and Co-Producer of Youssou N’dour:I Bring What I Love (Toronto Int’l Fest premiere 2009). In 2002 she began documenting aid work and reconstruction in Afghanistan, focusing on one woman, which is an on-going project. She served as Juror for the 2008 AFI/Discovery Channel SILVERDOCS festival, the 2007 Austin Film Society’s Texas Filmmakers Production Fund, and the 2006 HBO/Comedy Arts Festival.

In 2009 she expanded into commercial/branding directing, and in 2013 further expanded into episodic television, directing her first show The Carrie Diaries for Warner Bros. In 2013 Price was inducted into the Director's Guild of America.