Arielle Thomas Sabol is a director, producer and passionate storyteller. She started her career as a production assistant working on the acclaimed CCN docuseries, “Chicagoland”, which premiered at Sundance. By the age of 26, she held almost every credit one could in production and poost-production, including field producing, story editing, and even grabbing the camera and shooting.
Today, she focuses on projects and films that she thinks will illuminate issues, organizations, or stories that are little known or thought-provoking through her production company, Both Sides of the Sea Productions (BSOS). Through her work at BSOS, she runs live fundraising events for nonprofits, tells stories of leaders in public service, and produces documentary-style videos.
Some of her favorite projects she’s she worked on have been helping create awareness and raise funds for a cancer nonprofit, creating and producing video ads for a first-time candidate, and working on documentaries and docuseries like “Ocean Warriors”, (executive produced by Robert Redford), which traced activists, journalists, and scientists working to fight poachers and organized crime in oceans across the globe, HBO’s “Class Divide”, which looked at NYC’s gentrification and growing inequality through the microcosm of one city block, and Emmy-nominated docuseries, “Freeway: Crack in the System”.
Please note: Registration for this event closes on February 5, 2021 at 4:00 PM.