Sarah Pillsbury

filmmaker and community organizer

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Sarah Pillsbury is a filmmaker and community organizer. She is the founder of Liberty Hill Foundation.

Sarah Pillsbury on KCRW

The film producer discusses her career in entertainment and her Los Angeles foundation.

Sarah Pillsbury: Breakthrough films and Liberty Hill

The film producer discusses her career in entertainment and her Los Angeles foundation.

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