Sarah Gibson has produced seven social justice documentary feature films including three Sundance Film Festival Competition Features: Fed Up in 2014, I.O.U.S.A. in 2008 and Small Town Gay Bar in 2006. Fed Up, Executive Produced by Katie Couric and Laurie David was distributed by Radius (TWC) and is the highest grossing documentary feature film of 2014. I.O.U.S.A premiered in cooperation with Warren Buffett, was distributed by Roadside Attractions and was shortlisted for an Academy Award. Cool It premiered at the Toronto Film Festival, was acquired by Lions Gate Pictures and was distributed by Roadside Attractions. Small Town Gay Bar, produced with Kevin Smith and View Askew, was purchased by Showtime & MTV and won the GLAAD award for best documentary in 2008.
A Film graduate from Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Gibson has also produced numerous award-winning commercials for Google and music videos including Arcade Fire's "Rebellion (Lies)". Sarah is currently in various stages of production on three new social justice documentary features with Frank Marshall at the Kennedy/ Marshall company and a new longitudinal documentary series with Michael Apted (7-Up). Sarah is currently producing a documentary feature film on financial reform with Alex Gibney, Frank Marshall and Mark Cuban set for a Spring 2017 release as well as the 25th anniversary special feature doc on the 1992 Los Angeles Riots for National Geographic Studios and Lightbox Entertainment’s Simon & Jonathan Chinn.