Sarah Moon Howe has a degree in Psychology and has been working for nearly ten years with adults who are mentally troubled or impaired. She is also a filmmaker. In 2003, she directed Don’t Tell My Mother, using her own archive material, a behind-the-scenes documentary in the world of striptease, which premiered at the 60th Mostra in Venice. The film was shown in numerous festivals all over the world. The birth of her son Jack and the discovery of his difficulties brought her once again to film her everyday life. At the same time, she was hired by Wim Vandekeybus to dance in the collective creation Nightshade. Out of this private and professional experience came In Case of Loss of Pressure in 2009. The Kangaroo Complex, her third film, is about four women who are raising their disabled children alone. Sarah has also explored sound documentary in Living with Medusa (2011) and Canal Strip (2013).
Don’t Tell My Mother (2003), In Case of Loss of Pressure (2009), The Kangaroo Complex (2014), Nobody Knows Who I Am (2017)