Zara Serabian-Arthur is a documentary film editor, producer and director, whose work has been featured on Hulu, PBS (Public Money), National Geographic (Visual Human), The New York Times (A Long Separation) and The New Yorker (Still She Rises), screened at Sundance, and distributed theatrically. Her documentary feature and series credits include Stolen Youth: Inside the Cult at Sarah Lawrence (Series Editor), Justice (Editor), Sky Blossom (Editor), Dark Money (Additional Editor), Untouchable (Additional Editor), and the Big Scary “S” Word (Consulting Producer). She has also directed, produced and edited scores of short films commissioned by NYC’s leading nonprofits, foundations and cultural institutions, including the Tenement Museum, Ford Foundation and the Participatory Budgeting Project, among many others. In both her commissioned and independent work, she has prioritized telling stories that shift narratives in support of movements for social, economic and racial justice, sustainability, and democracy. Zara is also actively involved in the cooperative and solidarity economy movements in NYC. She has worked on mapping, organizing, and community-based research projects with SolidarityNYC, is a former Board Member of New York City Network of Worker Cooperatives, and a Peer Educator with the Cooperative Economics Alliance of New York City.