After returning from five months studying abroad in Senegal, West Africa, Kelcey Edwards received her B.A. in American Studies from UT Austin in 2001. Shortly after graduating, she studied 16mm film production at Austin Filmworks. In 2003 she co-founded Iron Gate Studios art space and spent the next few years working as an independent filmmaker and curator. She is an award winning filmmaker whose films have screened at numerous film festivals, including SXSW, Silverdocs and True/False Film Festivals. She currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
VIDEO DURATION: 15:07 MIN.
A playful, essayistic look at camouflage in its many guises. This film burrows a wormhole through the seemingly unconnected realms of fashion, nature, military, and art.
16mm color film
VIDEO DURATION: 10:23 MIN.
San Francisco poet August Kleinzahler presents a unique view of his life in the city...as a dog.
With implacable resolve and well-worn boots, two plain-speaking California cowgirls steward both land and beast through the uncertain seasons. Their trusty mares accompany them in the craggy valleys and in the brokenness of their own lives, bringing redemption and restoration.
16mm black and white film
VIDEO DURATION: 4:20 MIN.
An outsider's look at the black and white world of pen and ink artist William Noguera.