ABOUT

Sara Campos-Silvius (she/her) is a queer and multiracial Latine artist currently based in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada in Treaty 6 territory.

Writer, Director, Musician, Performer

Certificate in Arts and Cultural Management                              
MacEwan University

BA in French and Political Science
Concordia University of Edmonton

Short Films – Writer and Director

POWER CHORD (2021) (10 min.) Dir. Sara Campos-Silvius

Writer, Director, Producer, Songwriter: Sara Campos-Silvius

Official Selection:
-Edmonton International Film Festival 2022
-Toronto International Women Film Festival 2022
-Image+Nation Festival Courts Queer / Image+Nation Queer Short Film Festival 2022 (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)

THE INNER RING (2020) (4 min.) Dir. Sylvia Douglas and Sara Campos-Silvius

Official Selection:
-FAVA Fest 2021 (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)
-dance: made in canada 2021 (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
-Art Gallery of Alberta Sidewalk Cinema 2021 (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)

Theatre – Produced Works

MOONIE AND MAYBEE DIG UP A GRAVE

Written by Sara Campos-Silvius

Directed by Tonya Rae Chrystian

Presented at Nextfest 2022 – MainStage Theatre Program (June 2-12, 2022)

Theatre – Readings

Reader – 8TH ANNIVERSARY PLAYWRIGHT READINGS

Presented by Edmonton Script Salon and Playwright’s Guild of Canada 2022

THE EMISSARY

Written and directed by Sara Campos-Silvius

Performed by Philip Hackborn

Presented at Found Fest 2019

FAITH AND GRAVITY

Created and performed by Sara Campos-Silvius and Rebecca John

Presented at Mile Zero Dance – Dirt Buffet Cabaret 2017

Writing – Published Works

FRISSION, OR THE UNBEARABLE VIRTUE OF MOLECULES GATHERING

Article commissioned for the “Who Are We Now?” Theatre Alberta Essay Series (c) 2022

SWORD AND SMOKE

Poetry chapbook published by Armistice Press (c) 2021

Music – Original Works

VIBES (2021) and GRAVITY (2020) (EPs)

Awards

PLAYWRITING

MOONIE AND MAYBEE DIG UP A GRAVE awarded First Place in the Accidental Humour Co. Playwriting Competition 2021

Grants

Edmonton Arts Council Individual Project Grant Recipient, 2017, 2018, 2021