Award-winning writer and producer Sarah Lambert works globally in film and television. She is the writer and showrunner of the television adaptation of the Marele Day’s Lambs of God, a mini-series starring Ann Dowd, Jessica Barden and Essie Davis, which has been nominated for eighteen AACTA Awards, winning nine including Best Telefeature or Mini Series and has won the ATOM Award for Best Fiction Telemovie or Miniseries and the Screen Producers Award for Mini Series Production of the Year. Sarah is currently writing and showrunnning the television adaptation of The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart by Holly Ringland for Bruna Papandrea’s Made Up Stories. She also created, wrote and produced Love Child, which was the number one drama in Australia in 2014 and enjoyed four seasons.
Sarah has written on some of Australia’s top drama series including the critically-acclaimed and award-winning Love My Way; Dance Academy, for which she was nominated for an AWGIE for Best Children’s Screenplay; The Alice, which garnered her a QLD Premier’s Literary Award Nomination; A Place to Call Home; and ABC’s ratings winner The Doctor Blake Mysteries.
In the US, she has worked on Clone Story; God In Government (PBS); 14 Million Dreams (Sundance); New Type Of Jazz; Directors On Directing; and The Play’s The Thing for PBS, for which she was recognised with an Emmy nomination. She co-created teen show Aliens Among Us for the ABC and C5 in the UK, writing and directing over thirty episodes.
Sarah is in high demand both in Australia and internationally, and has several original projects in development.
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