Sara Maamouri

Self employed

Sara Maamouri is a documentary filmmaker and editor who has explored a diverse range of topics for over 15 years. Her work has touched on social, educational and political issues, from former enemies bound together through loss and discovery (In This Waiting, 2011) to rebuilding a life in a former war zone (Amal's Garden, 2012) and reinventing a country as the world watches (A Revolution in Four Seasons, Hot Docs 2016). Most recently, she edited and co-produced the Emmy nominated The Judge (TIFF, IDFA, DOCNYC 2017) and edited & produced We Are Not Princesses (DOCNYC 2018). She's currently editing Black Mothers, directed by Débora Souza Silva and editing and producing Clarissa's Battle, directes by Tamara Perkins.

A multi-lingual Tunisian educated in New York and California, Maamouri brings international sensitivity to her editing, production and story development, while building transmedia narratives to enhance and further engage a constantly evolving audience base.