Sabine LUBBE BAKKER (1978) is a Dutch filmmaker born and raised in Antwerp, Belgium.

She studied political sciences and lived in Damascus for a year where she made her first short documentaries. After graduation she made her first feature length documentary Shout (2010) that is shot in Syria and the Golan Heights (co-directed by Ester Gould). The award winning film premiered at Movies that Matter in The Hague and opened the DoxBox film festival in Syria. Sabine occasionally directs 50 minutes documentaries for the Dutch national documentary program Backlight (VPRO). Her last film Ne me quitte pas (with co-director Niels van Koevorden) was nominated for the Dutch and international feature-length competition at IDFA, won best documentary at Luxembourg City Film Festival and a special mention at Zagreb Dox. The film is also selected in competition for Tribeca Film festival, Hotdocs and Sydney Film Festival.


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