WRITER | DIRECTOR | EDITOR | ANIMATOR | PAINTER | ACTIVIST | EDUCATOR
Sarah Louise Wilson is an artist based in California. She writes, directs, produces, paints, and acts. Her courage puts her on an edge that cannot be fabricated; rather, it comes as a natural part of who she is and what she stands for.
In 2010, with her company Stella Bella Productions, she penned and starred in her pseudo-autobiographical romantic comedy “Jelly”, starring Natasha Lyonne (Orange Is the New Black) and Hollywood icon Ed McMahon. The script alone attracted name talent and funded the film into release. After screening in competition at several renowned film festivals, the film went on to win four Accolade awards and is represented by Cinetic Media. It has since been released on Netflix, Fancast, and The Sundance Channel.
Throughout her career, Sarah wrote and directed countless short films, plays, music videos, documentaries, anything she could get her hand on. In early 2016, when Sarah was living and teaching in Almaty, Kazakhstan, she shot her feature-film “No Exit” entirely on location. The movie went on to win multiple awards and was written up by Esquire, Good Housekeeping, and Variety. Sarah is a proud co-founder and curriculum writer of C.A.R.E. (Coalition on Anti Racism Education).
"STYLISH AND STRANGE ENOUGH TO MARK
SARAH LOUISE WILSON AND NEAL THIBEDEAU AS HELMERS TO WATCH." - Variety
Photo Credit Caroline Le Duc
NO EXIT trailer