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ep.27 Sasha Gordon


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Sasha Gordon is a Russian-born now New York City-based award-winning writer, director and composer. Following on her critically acclaimed 2016 romantic comedy “It Had to Be You”, Sasha’s South by Southwest entry was “Maggie” a dramedy episode pilot about motherhood. Maggie premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and went on to win best pilot at South by Southwest.

Host: Jim Kamp

Today's Guest: Sasha Gordon - Writer, Director, Composer

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