When their mother goes missing in Spirit Lake, three half-sisters travel home to settle her affairs. The youngest sister, June, a documentary filmmaker, captures their bittersweet homecoming. But when the sisters jokingly summon a local ghost, their relationship begins to unravel and they find themselves drawn deeper and deeper into the true mystery of the lake.
Sarah recently directed her first feature "The Midnight Swim". Sarah co-wrote and produced the ensemble apocalypse comedy "Goodbye World".Her next project is "The Colony", a sci-fi thriller, which is scheduled to shoot in the June 2015. Her award-winning short film The Sirens received the special jury prize for best screenwriting from the DreamAgo Foundation. Sarah works as a screenwriter in Los Angeles. Her script The Colony is currently a semi-finalist for the Nicholls Fellowship. She recently finished an adaptation of Paul Therouxs chilling short story, Monkey Hill. In 2012 she co-wrote the romantic comedy, Heartbreaking Bitch. Sarah co-founded the multidisciplinary design studio Friend of a Friend (foaf.la), where she manages all aspects of production and post-production, including VFX, editorial, and graphic design. She was born in Fort Collins, Colorado and studied Philosophy at Columbia University, where she graduated with honors.