Sarah Jacobson


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Sarah Jacobson

Sarah Jacobson Death

Sarah passed away on February 13, 2004 at the age of 32 in New York City, New York. Sarah's cause of death was endometrial cancer.

Sarah Jacobson death quick facts:
  • When did Sarah Jacobson die?

    February 13, 2004
  • How did Sarah Jacobson die? What was the cause of death?

    Endometrial cancer
  • How old was Sarah Jacobson when died?

  • Where did Sarah Jacobson die? What was the location of death?

    New York City, New York

Sarah Jacobson Birthday and Date of Death

Sarah Jacobson was born on August 25, 1971 and died on February 13, 2004. Sarah was 32 years old at the time of death.

Birthday: August 25, 1971
Date of Death: February 13, 2004
Age at Death: 32

Sarah Jacobson - Biography

Sarah Jacobson (August 25, 1971, Norwalk, Connecticut – February 13, 2004 New York City) was an independent filmmaker who wrote, produced, and filmed her own movies.
In 1989 Sarah Jacobson graduated from Edina High School located in Edina, Minnesota, a suburb of Minneapolis. Jacobson moved to San Francisco in 1991 to pursue a career as a film director. After studying with George Kuchar, Jacobson began making her first film while in her early twenties. Jacobson's two major releases were I Was a Teenage Serial Killer and Mary Jane's Not a Virgin Anymore. Both were well received at film festivals across North America such as the New York Underground Film Festival, the Chicago Underground Film Festival and Sundance. I Was a Teenage Serial Killer featured songs by Heavens to Betsy. She was listed in Spin Magazine as one of the "Top Influences on Girl Culture".

Her novel and feature film Mary Jane's Not a Virgin Anymore and the grassroots manner in which Jacobson promoted the film garnered her much recognition in her specific field. Mary Jane's Not a Virgin Anymore starred Lisa Gerstein and Beth Roman Allen of the band The Loudmouths, whose music along with that of Babes In Toyland and Mudhoney, is featured in the film. Jello Biafra also appears in a cameo role. Film Threat Magazine, in its Film Threat Video Guide labelled it as one of the "25 Underground Films You Must See". Following the release of this film Jacobson directed videos for the bands Man or Astroman and Fluffy.
Jacobson had just completed writing the screenplay for her next film when she died from endometrial cancer in 2004.