American director, born in 1965 in Memphis.
Ira Sachs is a filmmaker based in New York. His films include Love is Strange, Keep the Lights On, The Delta, and the 2005 Sundance Grand Jury Prize-winning Forty Shades of Blue. His short film, Last Address, honoring a group of NYC artists who died of AIDS, has been included in the permanent collections of the Whitney Museum and New York's Museum of Modern Art. Sachs is the founder of Queer/Art, a non-profit arts organization that provides support for a diverse group of LGBTQ artists across disciplines and generations.
The Delta (1996) – Underground Zero (segment Untitled) (2002) – Forty Shades of Blue (2005) –Married Life (2007) – Keep the Lights On (2012) – Love Is Strange (2014) – Brooklyn Village (2016) – Frankie (2019) – Passages (2023)