Sandra has worked with Christopher Hird since 1994 and shares his passion for producing documentaries which aspire to challenge, educate and bring about social change.
As Head of Production she manages all of Dartmouth’s documentary film projects which range from small low-budget docs made by first-time directors to large-budget feature docs for international broadcast and release. She enjoys meeting the challenges that both size projects can bring. She supports the development of new talent and unearthing new approaches to production processes.
Sandra Line Produced Black Gold, The End of the Line, The Battle for Barking, How to Re-establish a Vodka Empire, Cocaine Unwrapped as well as John Pilger’s The War You Don’t See and Utopia.
She series produced The World Tomorrow with Julian Assange and is currently working on The World Today with Tariq Ali.