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Sara Driver is an independent filmmaker long associated (onscreen and off) with director Jim Jarmusch. She was born in Westfield, New Jersey on the 15th December 1955.
Driver made her directorial debut with a short movie entitled You Are Not I which was co-written by Jim Jarmusch in 1981. She then went on to direct her first feature length movie Sleepwalk in 1986. Her other directorial credits include an episode of the tv series Monsters entitled Bed and Boar which was released in 1990 and she then went on to direct her most recent movie When Pigs Fly in 1993. Sara has many production credits on the films of Jim Jarmusch, she was the producer of his second movie Stranger Than Paradise and appears on three of his films in minor roles. She was educated at the American Institute of Classical Studies, Athens, Greece and at New York University's school of film. Driver was a juror at the Miami International Film Festival in 2005.
|1980||Permanent Vacation (film)||Actor: Nurse, Production Manager, Assistant Director|
|1981||You Are Not I||Director, Writer, Producer|
|1984||Stranger Than Paradise||Actor: Girl with hat, Producer, Production Manager|
|1986||Sleepwalk/Year of the Dog||Director, Writer, Producer|
|1986||Down By Law||Production Troubleshooter|
|1989||Mystery Train||Actor: Airport clerk|
|1989||Bloodhounds of Broadway||Actor: Yvette|
|1990||Monsters Bed and Boar Tv Series episode||Director|
|1991||Keep It For Yourself||Actor|
|1991||Night On Earth||Served as dailies troubleshooter|
|1993||When Pigs Fly||Director, Writer|
|1999||Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai||Story Consultant|
|2005||Broken Flowers||On credits as 'idea inspired from'|
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