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Sam Tabet

Queer Producers Collective

Sam Tabet is a Brooklyn based creative producer and cinematographer. They co-produced the short documentary Love The Sinner (Tribeca 2017), which explores the Evangelical roots of homophobia in the wake of the recent gun massacre in Orlando. Sam produced Southwest of Salem: The Story of the San Antonio Four (Tribeca Film Festival, Critics Choice Awards 2016. The critically acclaimed feature documentary had its television premiere on Investigation Discovery to over five million viewers in the fall of 2016. It was cited in the criminal court of appeals decision to exonerate the 'San Antonio Four'. Sam was also the assistant producer for award-winning feature documentary Call Me Kuchu (Berlin Film Festival, HotDocs 2012) and produced SIGNIFIED, a multi-media archive of LGBTQ testimony featuring the work of queer artists and activists. Sam previously worked at Chicken & Egg Pictures (2010-2014), NewFest and American Documentary, POV, and hold a B.A. from Connecticut College in Film and Gender studies. Sam is a founder of the Queer Producers Collective, a Firelight Media Impact Producing fellow, and Impact Partners Producing fellow.

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Events featuring Sam Tabet
Events featuring Sam Tabet