Sandi Gisbert loves people and stories. She is most interested in drama, thriller and sci-fi with female protagonists, strong narrative conflict, a supernatural twist and a good dose of (dark) humour.
As a writer/director she is currently working on two feature film projects: Opal, a supernatural thriller being developed through Women in Film & Television Vancouver’s From Our Dark Side genre incubator; and Farah, an indie drama being developed through the Women In the Director’s Chair, WIDC 2018 Story & Leadership program. She has directed on the TV series Get Connected, the web series AppTV and numerous commercials. Her short film My Daphne screened at festivals across North America.
Sandi is also a creative producer with experience in live-action scripted and documentary film making, motion graphics, animation and visual effects. She is a collaborative leader who fosters creative thinking and growth on her teams, while keeping them focused and organized on projects.