Sarah Feinbloom is an award-winning director, producer and editor whose work includes documentaries, dramatic narratives and fundraising videos. She is also the founder and director of GOOD DOCS – an educational distribution company specializing in human rights and social issue documentaries. Her latest project WHAT DO YOU BELIEVE NOW? is a new feature length follow up to her impactful 2002 documentary WHAT DO YOU BELIEVE?. The 2002 documentary aired on PBS and screened internationally at venues including the National Association of Multicultural Education and the American Academy of Religion. It was voted “One of the Ten Best Videos for Young Adults in 2003” by the American Library Association and has shown at over 2,000 schools and colleges. Sarah also created and leads workshops on interfaith dialogue and religious diversity. Sarah has been a featured speaker for the Ford Foundation Difficult Dialogue Series, the Graduate Theological Union's conference Religious Pluralism in the 21st Century and for the Religions For Peace-USA Symposium: Beyond Bigotry. Sarah has a B.A. in Political Science from Barnard College, Columbia University and an M.A. in Education from Tufts University. She has taught high school social studies, ESL and youth filmmaking workshops.