Where is Stephanie?

Where is Stephanie?

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"A remarkable documentary about murder and its aftermath. A singular and devastatingly lucid piece of work."

—Seattle International Women in Cinema Festival.


Best Independent Video—The Boston Film and Video Foundation/24th New England Video and Film Festival, 1999

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Directed by Bess O’Brien and Mary Arbuckle
Produced by Bess O’Brien

WHERE IS STEPHANIE? is a documentary film based on the life and murder of seventeen-year-old Stephanie Sady of Rutland, Vermont. The film explores the events leading up to Stephanie’s death and the profound after-effects the tragedy leaves on her mother and younger sister. Where is Stephanie? is about healing, trying to move on with one’s life, and grappling with one’s sense of identity and self.



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For communities, towns, cities, institutions, private libraries, and state agencies that want to show the film to a public audience. Any time you are showing this film outside the confines of your institution you must buy the rights to a community screening.  The director and members from the movie are also available to travel to your town and be part of a Q and A after the screening. To inquire and book a screening Click HERE.

For private screenings (in your living room). No public screening rights are given with purchase of personal use DVD. This price is not for organizations/schools or institutions. 

For public libraries only. Private colleges and universities must buy the educational package.

For schools, organizations, universities, hospitals, private libraries, state agencies,  and other institutions. For training and educational purposes. This price lets you screen the film within the institution that you are a part of to students, faculty, health care workers, educators, etc. No public or community screenings permitted with the educational package.