Lindsey Dryden – Director
Lindsey is an award-winning filmmaker. With a TV documentary background (BBC, Channel 4, History Channel, Current TV), she began directing independent films in 2009, and specialises in intimate and unexpected stories about music, art and the body. Her work has shown at 30+ festivals worldwide, including SXSW, True/False, Sheffield Doc/Fest and the Film Society Of Lincoln Center’s Art Of The Real, and her debut feature documentary Lost and Sound was nominated Best New UK Filmmaker (Open City Docs) and Best Female-Directed Film (Sheffield Doc/Fest) in 2012.
A recent Sundance Fellow, Lindsey has been Filmmaker-In-Residence at Jacob Burns Film Center in NY, and is a member of the Queer Producers Collective. She is currently producing feature documentary Canary In A Coal Mine, directing her second feature documentary, and making short films about art and artists with the Tate.
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