Sarah Moshman is most well known for writing, and has 4 known credits, of which 4 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.
If you enjoy Sarah Moshman’s movies you should definitely watch Losing Sight of Shore (2017), as with 9.0 it is the highest rated movie Sarah has worked on!
The best rated movie Sarah Moshman has been a part of is the documentary movie Losing Sight of Shore, where they had the role of writing. It has a rating on Friendspire of 9.0 and 7.4 on IMDb.
Amityville Toybox has a rating on 2.0 on IMDb . Sarah Moshman worked on this horror movie as writing.
In Nevertheless Sarah Moshman was worked as director, screenplay, producer.
This family, documentary movie has a rating on 7.7 on IMDb. In The Empowerment Project: Ordinary Women Doing Extraordinary Things Sarah Moshman had the role of writing.
Sarah Moshman is most known for writing. Sarah has worked on 4 movies and 0 TV shows.
The best rated movie they have been a part of is Losing Sight of Shore, which has a score of 9.0.
2017 . Documentary . 1h 32m
Executive producer. Four brave women set out to row across the Pacific Ocean from America to Australia.
2016 . Horror . 1h 6m
As TV Saleswoman. A cursed antique toy monkey from the original DeFeo home wrecks havoc and possesses a father after being gifted during an annual family reunion.
2020 . Documentary . 1h 19m
Executive producer. Taking a look behind the headlines of #MeToo and Times Up, NEVERTHELESS follows the intimate stories of 7 individuals who have experienced sexual harassment in the workplace or school context. From a writer's assistant on a top TV show to a Tech CEO and 911 dispatcher, the film shines a light on the ways in which we can shift our culture and rebuild.
2017 . Family, Documentary . 1h 39m
Executive producer. The Empowerment Project: Ordinary Women Doing Extraordinary Things is the incredible journey of 5 female filmmakers driving across America to encourage, empower, and inspire the next generation of strong women to go after their career ambitions. Driving over 7,000 miles from Los Angeles to New York over the course of 30 days, the documentary spotlights 17 positive and powerful women leaders across a variety of lifestyles and industries. Along the way, these filmmakers relay the candid insight on how these women define their success, what it takes to be a woman in their position, and valuable advice on how to improve the female role in the workplace. In celebration of the all-female focus in front of and behind the camera, the filmmakers turned the cameras on themselves, capturing their transformational journey. Created for women by women, they challenge the audience to ask themselves, "What would you do if you weren't afraid to fail?"