Sara Campos-Silvius (she/her) is a queer and multiracial artist in Edmonton, Alberta, in Treaty 6 territory. She is a writer, actor, musician, and filmmaker. Her theatre performance and playwriting credits include works featured at the Chinook Series, Dirt Buffet Cabaret, Nextfest, Found Fest, the Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival, and many more. She has also danced with the integrated/disability arts dance group CRIPSiE since 2013. Her first chapbook of poetry will be published by Armistice Press in 2021, and Sara’s debut professional short film THE INNER RING created in partnership with filmmaker Sylvia Douglas will premiere in 2021 as well. Sara also has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in French and Political Science and a Certificate in Arts and Cultural Management.
Contact Sara at: SaraCamposSilvius@gmail.com
THE INNER RING
Funded by an Edmonton Arts Council grant and co-created and co-directed by colleague Sylvia Douglas with cinematography by Tamarra Canu, THE INNER RING is a movement-based short film without dialogue. Lee, a kickboxer, must battle her true opponent: her own fear.
Check out Sara’s demo album “GRAVITY”: https://saracs.bandcamp.com/releases
Check out Sara’s THE SPECTRE short film: https://bit.ly/3jIWEhJ