Sabrina Doyle

Sabrina is a writer and director based between Los Angeles and London. Her feature directing debut, Lorelei, starring Pablo Schreiber and Jena Malone, was an Official Selection of the 2020 Tribeca Film Festival. It won the Jury Prize at the 2020 Deauville American Film Festival and the Jordan Ressler First Feature Award at the 2021 Miami Film Festival. The film was released in select US theaters and sold to Hulu in the US and Sky Cinema in the UK.

Her most recent project, Go for Grandma, stars Amy Madigan and Justine Lupe. It premiered at AFI Fest 2023.

The late Sir Alan Parker called Sabrina’s work "outstanding [...] refreshingly intelligent, serious and lyrical. Much needed in tomorrow's cinema." Her directing work has been supported by Women in Film LA, Google, Panavision, the Mary Pickford Foundation and BAFTA Los Angeles. She was chosen to participate in the inaugural Sony Pictures Entertainment Diverse Directors Program. As a screenwriter, she’s been a Top 50 Nicholl Semifinalist and has written for Participant Media. Sabrina is also a member of the Directors Guild of America and a voting member of BAFTA.

Previously, Sabrina worked as a BBC journalist for six years, producing content for the UK’s flagship news programs. A first generation high school graduate, she got top Bachelor's and MPhil degrees from Cambridge University. She subsequently won a Fulbright Scholarship to attend the American Film Institute, where she completed her MFA in Film Directing.