Sarah is an emerging filmmaker and recent widow who is setting out to bring awareness to a rare childhood disease and the families it’s affected, all while examining the duality of finding purpose and exploring her own personal loss. Sarah’s husband Scott had a dream to create a film about families impacted by Acute Flaccid Myeletis (AFM). When he passed in 2020, she knew she had to pick up the torch and finish this story. Switching careers after 15 years as a speech language pathologist, Sarah partnered with incredible filmmakers. We are now setting out to share this story by creating a full-length documentary that explores grief, loss and the process of moving forward. Because we all will all deal with grief in our lifetime, whether it be loss of a special person, an unexpected medical event or even a global pandemic, it’s time we start talking about it.
Now we need your support to fund the next step! We can’t wait to start production on this important film.