Sacha Iskra is a producer and director who runs a small, independent film company called Coffee Ring Films.
She Kickstarted, wrote, directed and produced a short film titled The Sound, which won Best Short Film at New Jersey International Film Festival and Best Sound Design at Visionfest Film Festival.
In 2015, Sacha produced the shorts, The Night Owl, The Waltz, and Pink Moon. In early 2016, she directed the experimental short film, Schuld. Later that year, her suspense short, AVA, would win best director and best film at Sparrow Film Project 13 and a follow up short to this film titled, Oras (time), would win best special effects at Sparrow Film Project 15.
Sacha worked as a producer at ViacomCBS, producing short form pieces for CBS News, CBS Sports, Gamespot and CNET.com, among other business units at the network.
She is now working on a documentary to be filmed in New York City this summer 2021 and a narrative feature-length film, to be shot on location in New York and the Philippines in 2022.
Sacha was born and raised in Jersey City, NJ, is a proud Rutgers University graduate, and currently lives and works in New York City.