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Sara Lamm

Documentary Filmmaker

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A good documentary educates and inspires new ideas. Sara Lamm speaks about her process of documentary filmmaking.
Sara Lamm is a Los Angeles based filmmaker who has produced, directed and performed in a variety of multimedia performances, featuring audio collage, video and still photography. Her first documentary film, Dr. Bronner's Magic Soapbox, captured the complicated family legacy of the socially responsible soap company, Dr. Bronner’s. Her newest documentary focuses on the work of midwife Ina May Gaskin on the rural Tennessee commune known as The Farm.

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Meditation at Work
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