Across America, but particularly in the South, abortion clinics are in a fight for their existence. Since 2010, legislators across America vowing to make their states "abortion free" have introduced hundreds of anti-choice bills. Caught in the political quagmire are millions of women of reproductive age, many of them poor and uninsured. Their only hope? The men and women fighting to fulfill the protections guaranteed by Roe v. Wade.


Sari Gilman is an award-winning filmmaker and editor whose directorial debut, Kings Point, won prizes at film festivals nation-wide, aired on HBO, and was nominated for an Academy Award. As an editor, she was nominated for a Prime Time Emmy for her work on Rory Kennedy's Ghosts of Abu Ghraib. The first feature documentary she edited was Judith Helfand’s Blue Vinyl, which also aired on HBO and premiered at Sundance. Other films she has cut have appeared on HBO, AMC, A&E and PBS, including a history of Las Vegas and a history of New Orleans, both for PBS’ American Experience. She is currently working on a film about the wildly divergent views on Israel within her own Jewish family.


← Return to PEOPLE