Sara Campos-Silvius (she/her) is a queer and multiracial Latinx emerging artist in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada in Treaty 6 territory. She is a playwright, screenwriter, and poet, as well as an actor, singer-songwriter, director, and filmmaker. Her various works and performances have been featured at the Art Gallery of Alberta, Chinook, Found Fest, Nextfest, the Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival, and many more. She has also danced with the integrated/disability arts dance group CRIPSiE since 2013. Sara’s horror-comedy script Moonie and Maybee Dig Up A Grave was awarded first prize in the Accidental Humour Co. Alberta Playwriting Competition 2021 and premieres at Nextfest 2022. Furthermore, now with two short films under her belt, The Inner Ring (2020) and Power Chord (2021), stay tuned for more film and theatre projects from Sara. Sara has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in French and Political Science and a Certificate in Arts and Cultural Management.
POWER CHORD is currently screening at various film festivals across Canada in 2022. Follow Sara’s social media for the latest festival announcements to catch the film!
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