Sandra Goldbacher is a British film director and producer.
She directed commercials for The Observer, Philips, Evian, Wella, Johnny Walker and Baileys. She also directed documentaries for the BBC series ''Building Sights'' and two documentaries on boxing for Channel Four.
Her first feature film, ''The Governess'', starring Minnie Driver, which she also wrote, was nominated for a BAFTA award in 1999 for best newcomer. Her second film was ''Me Without You'' (2001), starring Anna Friel and Michelle Williams.
Both films feature Jewish characters and themes. Sandra Goldbacher's father, a fruit importer, was Jewish, and her mother, a native of the Isle of Skye, was born a Protestant and converted to Judaism.
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