By Daniel Howat
“Fire Of Love” premiered earlier this year at the Sundance Film Festival, where it received an enthusiastic response, winning the Jonathan Oppenheim Editing Award in the U.S. Documentary category. National Geographic Documentary Films later picked it up with NEON co-distributing for theatrical release. Director, writer, and producer Sara Dosa was kind enough to spend a few minutes of her time talking with us about her work on this passion project which is continuing to garner strong responses and will likely be an Oscar player in the Best Documentary Feature category later this year. We hope you enjoy it. Thank you!
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