Sabrina Jaglom

Sabrina Jaglom is an L.A.-native writer and director. Most recently, she directed the feature film Jane, which she co-wrote with Rishi Rajani. The film stars Madelaine Petsch, Chlöe Bailey and Melissa Leo, and will be released on August 26 in theaters. Additionally, two scripted podcasts that she wrote and directed were released this past May: Listening In, starring Rachel Brosnahan, for QCode, and Wheel Woman, for iHeartRadio. She has worked in production on various projects before working in film and TV development at Fox Lit and Whalerock Industries. She then went on to serve as an associate producer on the feature film Home Again. Sabrina has directed multiple award-winning music videos and short films, the most recent of which, Unforgettable, premiered on Watch Dust’s platform. She has also directed various stage productions, including the West Coast premiere of Empathitrax as well as This Party Sucks, produced by Val Kilmer’s HelMel. She studied at RADA in London, FAMU in Prague, and NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, where she graduated with a BFA in Film & Television.


Back to School

By Sabrina Jaglom | August 25, 2022

Back to School

Writer-director Sabrina Jaglom on returning to her teenage years for her latest film, the high-school thriller JANE.