Sarah Cannon

Sarah Cannon

Independent Producer

Sarah is a documentary film editor by day and radio producer by night. She loves television, surfing, and movie trailers. Sarah is from Cleveland, Ohio and now lives in San Francisco, California.


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Often, the most life altering turns in our life, pivot on just one quick moment.

One Moment Changes Everything

Often, the most life altering turns in our life, pivot on just one quick moment.

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