Braden King

Braden King is the co-director and producer of the 1998 feature documentary, Dutch Harbor: Where the Sea Breaks its Back, with Laura Moya. The film toured internationally with live soundtrack accompaniment by the Boxhead Ensemble and screened at more than twenty major International film festivals, including the Rotterdam Festival, The Margaret Mead Film Festival, The DoubleTake Documentary Festival, and The Singapore International Film Festival. King has also directed several short-subject documentary films on alternative rock and hip hop artists. His films have been screened by the BBC, The Sundance Channel, MTV, and the U.K's Channel 4, among others. King recently lectured at the Yale University and has taught at the Dublin Film Festival and for the Aleutian Arts Council. He has received grants and / or sponsorships from ILFORD Photo, HHB Communications, The Illinois Arts Council, The Aleutian Arts Council and The Community Film Workshop in Chicago. He is a graduate of the USC School of Cinema and Television. Braden King was awarded the Fellow Award Grant at the Sundance Institute in 2007 for Here.

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