SABINE studied Communications at Concordia University in Montréal, Canada before moving to Los Angeles in 1994.
She conveys her strong narrative skills and her deep understanding of human emotions into her directing work giving a voice to extraordinary people in ordinary situations and undermined social themes.
Wandering around the Middle East under inconceivable circumstances following the aftermath from the Persian Revolution and during the Lebanese Civil War, Sabine considers herself to be a citizen of the world.
After editing a number of award winning feature films, Sabine successfully marked her debut as a writer-director with a narrative film NILOOFAR produced by Oscar nominees Jean Bréhat and Rachid Bouchareb (in competition at Berlinale 59th Generation Kplus, Cannes Junior, AFI, and other prestigious festivals or special screenings). Her latest work, GENERATION ZAPPED, is a thought provoking and award-winning documentary on the health impact from wireless technologies.
Currently, Sabine has two compelling socially engaged screenplays ready for production and a couple of episodic documentary projects in development.