Filmmaker, Sarah Katz, With Eason Connection Produces Film About Maine

Many Eastern Shore residents are lured to Maine for its coastal charm and cool summers. Environmental documentary filmmaker, Sarah Katz, considers Easton her second home. Ms. Katz returned to her childhood state of Maine to film MOOSEHEAD’S WICKED GOOD PLAN, for her FA in Film and Electronic Media at American University. Like many residents of the Eastern Shore who are concerned about over development here, Ms. Katz’s film focuses on the potential environmental, social and economic impact of Plum Creek, the largest private land holder in the United States. In 2005, the Seattle based, company, proposed resort and residential development on the fragile shores of Moosehead Lake in rural inland Maine. Moosehead Lake is in the heart of the largest undeveloped forest east of the Mississippi River.

MOOSEHEAD’S WICKED GOOD PLAN is told through the eyes of five unique community members who are on different sides of the development issue. The film acts as a journey through the region with the various residents who rely heavily on the land, as the hosts. Although, the flora and fauna of the Eastern Shore are different from Maine, the consequences of overdevelopment would have the same impact on our communities.

Ms. Katz has recently been award fiscal sponsorship by the industry group, Women in Film and Video in Washington, DC. She has worked with numerous media companies in Maine and the Washington, DC area including National Geographic Channel International, Story House Productions, Corina Productions, and Norman Star Media. Ms. Katz in the daughter of Dr. William and Mrs. Joan Katz of Easton. She is presently developing MOOSEHEAD’S WICKED GOOD PLAN for national distribution. For more information or to support this film go to:; go to and search “Moosehead’s Wicked Good Plan”; or contact Ms. Katz at