Sarah Paris

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Messiah University Grantham, Los Angeles Film Studies Center Los Angeles
Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Yellowstone, M. Night Shyamalan Films
  • Sarah interned for Silver Pictures on the Warner Bros. Studio lot, where she took a deep dive into learning all aspects of film production.
  • As a Script Reader for various Hollywood production companies (including Eclectic Pictures), she generated written screenplay coverage for hundreds of good, bad, and ugly scripts.
  • She's written several screenplays, over 100 short stories, and a novella.


Sarah has been a contributing movie and TV feature writer at Looper since March 2022. Sarah started writing professionally at the age of seven when she was published in the "Just for Kids" fiction section of The Columbia (Maryland) Flier. She's written several screenplays, over 100 short stories, and a novella. Sarah has had articles, short stories, and personal essays published in over 40 Medium publications and holds several steady freelance writing gigs. She placed second in the Kelly J. Abbott Fall 2019 Short Story Contest and was a finalist in the February 2022 Vocal Media Fiction Challenge. She is the author of "Signs My Toddler Has a Drinking Problem," a collection of humor essays and fiction available on Amazon. For two years, Sarah worked as a submissions editor for MuddyUm, a medium-sized humor publication with over two hundred writers. She is currently working on a novel and a collection of personal essays.


Sarah received her B.A. in film and communication, which allowed her to learn about both the creative and business sides of Hollywood.
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