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CREDITS:

Director and photography: Ellen Ugelstad

Co-Director: Alfonso Alvarez

Sound and Editing: Ellen Ugelstad

Produced by: Alfonso Alvarez / ALVA FILMS

in collaboration with TWENTYONE PICTURES

DISTRIBUTION:

Norwegian Film Institute

Journal of Short Film - Volume 8 (JSF) 

Micro Cinema, Seattle

FUNDED BY THE INDEPENDENT VISION GRANT

COLLECTIONS:

Exploratorium - Museum of Science, Art and Human Perception, San Francisco

MicroCinema International Collection, Seattle

ARTIST BIOS:

Ellen Ugelstad is a photographer and a filmmaker, born  in Norway in 1973. She studied Philosophy and Anthropology at the University of Oslo before she travelled to California where she lived for seven years. She received a BFA in photography and film from Academy of Art University in San Francisco. Besides exhibitions in San Francisco and Norway she is currently releasing her documentary film INDIAN SUMMER (70min).

California born filmmaker, Alfonso Alvarez, has worked with many of the local Experimental filmmakers in the San Francisco Bay Area for nearly 20 years. Several of his films are recognized as part of the body of work by contemporary Bay Area experimental filmmakers. His films draw the viewer's attention by his outstanding use of colour and highly charged sound tracks. He has collaborated with a number of musicians and filmmakers to create multi-projector shows with live musical accompaniment. His work has screened in bars, gallerys and backyard bar-b-q’s the world over. Screenings abroad include, shows in The New York, Ann Arbor, Chicago, Austin and Denver Film Festivals. Internationally, he has screened in Mexico City, Tokyo, Singapore, Edinburgh and Paris.