A documentary film about the life and work of Vermont-based printmaker Sabra Field. In the mid -70s, Bill Phillips was a beginning filmmaker and Sabra was his artist neighbor. He moved to Hollywood and for thirty years wrote movies (features, TV, cable), then came back to Vermont and became a filmmaker again. He phoned her and asked if she’d like a film made about herself. She misunderstood, thinking it might be ready in a month, when she had an art opening. Four years later, it’s finished, and they’re both happy with the result.
Executive Producer: E.W. Stetson Associate Producer: Karina Casement Composer: Alex Shen
Q & A with Director Bill Phillips following the film.
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