Sabine Groenewegen works on the intersection of art and cinema. Investigative currents and poetics flow through documentary materials, fiction, and intricate sound design. She received critical acclaim for her debut film Odyssey, received as genre bending cinema which toured festivals including FIDMarseille, DocLisboa and New Horizons and contemporary art centres including the Institute of Contemporary Art ICA London and Bozar Brussels. Odyssey won the 2019 Doc Alliance Award for Best Film and Best Experimental Feature at Istanbul Experimental Film Festival and was covered in Debordements and Film Comment.
Sabine is a teacher specialised in editing in artist film and moving image including at The Netherlands Film Academy and Goldsmiths University of London. She most recently edited the feature length hybrid Looking for Horses (Vision du Réel Burning Lights Competition 2021). In 2021 she is artist in residence at 1646 and collaborates with Stroom Den Haag for her project The Missing Scenes Chronicles.
Personal website: www.sabinegroenewegen.com