When Sarah Baker finds something she’s
passionate about, she won’t rest until the story is told.
Baker’s first project was a seven-year labor of love—a documentary film about
silent film star Olive Thomas, which she wrote and produced. Over the course
of her research, Baker located ten of Thomas’ 20 films—all of which had been
considered lost. The resulting documentary, Olive
Thomas: Everybody’s Sweetheart,
executive produced by Hugh Hefner, was released to DVD (2004) along with Thomas’
Flapper —the first time this film had been available to the public since
Baker’s book, Lucky Stars: Janet Gaynor
and Charles Farrell, a dual biography
of the famous 1920s romantic duo, was published by Bear Manor Media in the fall
of 2009. Baker also freelances as a professional ghostwriter. A native Texan,
Baker is currently living in Dallas, Texas.
The Life and Times of Sean Costello
As Levon Helm said, "[Sean] was one of those artists who
knew that playing music was a calling. It wasn't just a damn job, it was a calling
and he had no choice. It's sinful not to, if that's what you're supposed to do."
Thank YOU TO ALL OF THE KICKSTARTER DONATIONS
FOR MAKING THE BLUES MAN: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF SEAN
COSTELLO TRAILER POSSIBLE!
HERE TO VIEW DONORS