Sarah Sapper Production Manager
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Sarah Sapper

About me: Sarah has been a freelance Line Producer / Production Manager for many years. Recently she has been head of production at Tiger Aspect Factual Group. Currently she is head of production at Blink Films.

Genre: Drama, Magazine Programmes

Additional skills: 16mm or 35mm

Languages: basic French


Credits

VIRTUAL HISTORY

Line Producer Discovery extensive use of CGI/drama


DOUBLE TAKE

Production Executive 6 part series for the BBC.


PRODUCTION EXECUTIVE

Tiger Aspect Productions. Overseeing the whole of the factual department output - development through to delivery of final productions. Many different genres covered from Opera to drama to magazine shows to Ob Docs. Broadcasters include: Channel4, BBC, Discovery, Bravo, PBS, Court TV, Tech TV etc


VICTORIAS EMPIRE WEBSITE

Producer. PBS/Avian Mind - website based on Queen Victorias Empire series.


VICTORIAS EMPIRE

Line Producer. Brook Lapping - PBS / Channel 5 / History Channel 4 x 50 about the life and times of Queen victoria. 80% of the screen time was reconstruction scenes e.g. Charge of the Light Brigade, Zulu War, Boer War, Victoria and Alberts Wedding. All shot on Super16mm.


FINEST HOUR

Associate Producer/Production Manager Brook Lapping - BBC / WGBH Boston 4 x 50 series about Britain and Britons during 1940. Large amount of archive and reconstructions. Shot on digi-beta & Super16mm.


INTO THE QUAGMIRE

Production Manager. Brook Lapping - Ch4 / Canal Plus / VPRO/ Discovery USA 3 x 50 about Vietnam War. Locations included USA and Vietnam


FORCES OF THE WILD

Production Manager. Partridge Films - Canal+ / WNET 5 part natural and scientific history of our planet earth. Locations included USA, Mexico, Costa Rica, Austria, Australia, N.Z., Iceland.


WHALE SONGS

Line Producer. Intrepid Films - PBS/Universal Pictures. Super35mm cinedocumentary about mans interaction with whales. Part funded by Dutch Government film initative.


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