Ira Sachs (born November 21, 1965) is an American filmmaker. His first film was the acclaimed short Lady (1993).
Biography [ edit ]
Sachs was born in
Memphis, Tennessee. His films include (1997), The Delta (2005), Forty Shades of Blue (2007), and Married Life (2012). Keep the Lights On His newest film, [1 ] , premiered at Love Is Strange Sundance in 2014. He is currently working on a new film titled [2 ] Thank You For Being Honest. In this project, Sachs will be working with Greg Kinnear, Alfred Molina, Jason Sudeikis and Paulina García. [3 ]
Jewish and openly gay. [4 ] He described [5 ] Keep the Lights On to be semi-autographical. In January 2012, Sachs married Boris Torres, his boyfriend of 5 years, in New York city. [6 ] The couple are fathers to twins, Viva and Felix, born in 2012. [7 ] [8 ]
References [ edit ]
^ Ira Sachs. Filmmakers Profile. Sundance Channel L.L.C.
^ "Sundance Curiosities: 6 Hands-On Narrative Filmmakers Back on the Spotlight At Sundance 2014". Indiewire.com. 2010-01-25 . Retrieved . 2013-12-05
^ "Paulina García interviewed by Chilean newspaper El Mercurio (in spanish)". 2015-07-03 . Retrieved . 2015-07-10
^ "Ira Sachs Interview".
^ Elizabeth Thompson (2014-01-07). "Ira Sachs on Queer Art". Papermag.com . Retrieved . 2014-01-08
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