Sari Gilman has been a documentary film editor for 15 years. She received a Primetime Emmy nomination for her work on GHOSTS OF ABU GHRAIB, which aired on HBO and was directed by Rory Kennedy. She has worked on such award-winning films as REGRET TO INFORM (Barbara Sonneborn, Janet Cole), which won Best Director at Sundance in 1999 and aired nationally on PBS, and PARAGRAPH 175 (Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman), which won Best Director at Sundance in 2000, and aired on HBO. The first feature film she edited was Emmy Award Winning Judith Helfand's BLUE VINYL, which aired on HBO's America Undercover series in May, 2002.
Other programs she has edited have appeared on HBO, AMC, A&E and PBS, including a history of Las Vegas and a history of New Orleans, both for PBS' American Experience. Ms. Gilman also produced and directed two radio documentaries, which aired on NPR's All Things Considered. (02/14)
A film by Sari Gilman, 2013, 30 min., Color
During the 1970s and 80s, thousands of New York’s primarily Jewish senior citizens migrated to Kings Point, a retirement community in Florida. Lured b...