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SLF’S Global Perspective

SLF producers Sarah Mondale and Sarah Patton are based in the New York and Washington, DC areas but they have longstanding ties to Europe. They speak French and have years of experience working for U.S. producers in French-speaking countries, and for European producers in the U.S.

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Supervising Archival Research in Europe/for European productions

The War in Vietnam/la Guerre du Vietnam (U.S. archival research for documentary series directed by Danielle Costelle for I.N.A./French TV)

Hillary Clinton (U.S. archival research for documentary directed by René-Jean Bouyer for French Television)

Marcel Proust (archival research conducted in France for PBS documentary produced by Wolfe-Carter Productions and Stone Lantern Films – aired on ARTE in 2008, also in Germany, Switzerland and Japan)


Supervising Production in Europe/for European Television


Marcel Proust
(documentary filmed on locations around France; produced by Wolfe-Carter Productions and Stone Lantern Films)

Old Acquaintances/Les Vieilles Connaissances – (35mm dramatic short shot in France/U.S., directed and produced by Sarah Mondale for French Television - FR3; also shown on WETA-PBS and HBO-Cinemax.)

Sarah Mondale – Assistant Director/Associate Producer:

Ripley’s Believe It Or Not and You Asked for It (syndicated series for U.S. television), Another Town, Another Place (PBS) – Sarah Mondale researched stories and supervised location shooting in Switzerland, France and Holland for these U.S. TV series.

Raymond Loewy (documentary directed by Jean-Marc LeBlond; segments shot in U.S. for Pathé Cinéma and French Televsion – Antenne 2)

Ganga Maya (dramatic feature film directed by Ludovic Segarra and shot on location in India for French Television – Antenne 2)

The History of Comedy/L’Histoire du Rire
(documentary series directed by Daniel Costelle; segments shot in the U.S. for Pathé Cinéma/French TF1)

The History of Inventions/L’Histoire des Inventions (documentary series directed by Daniel Costelle; segments shot in the U.S. for French TF1)

The History of Seafaring/l’Histoire de la Marine (series directed by Daniel Costelle; segments shot in the U.S. and Canada for French TF1)

The History of the Railroads/l’Histoire des Chemins de Fer – Union Pacific (series directed by Daniel Costelle; shot in the U.S. for French TF1)

 
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