Photo by Grace Roselli
DIRECTOR / PRODUCER / EDITOR
Beth B is an award-winning director of independent feature-length documentary and narrative films as well as Network Television documentaries. B’s career has been characterized by work that challenges society’s conventions, and that focuses on recasting and redefining concepts relating to the mind, the body, and women’s issues. Her films have been shown at, and acquired by, the Whitney Museum and MoMA and the subjects of several books and documentaries, including Blank City; The Cinema of Transgression; Art, Performance, Media; Super 8: An Illustrated History; No Wave - Underground 80; Downtown Film and TV Culture 1975-2001. Beth B’s films have been shown at museums and cinemas worldwide as well as film festivals including: The New York Film Festival, Sundance Film Festival, Berlin Film Festival, Toronto Film Festival, Nuremberg Int’l Human Rights Film Festival, Locarno Film Festival and others.
Photo by Jasmine Hirst
MUSICIAN / PERFORMER
Lydia Lunch is passionate, confrontational and bold. Whether attacking the patriarchy and their pornographic war mongering, turning the sexual into the political or whispering a love song to the broken hearted, her fierce energy and rapid fire delivery lend testament to her warrior nature. Queen of No Wave, muse of The Cinema of Transgression, writer, musician, poet, spoken word artist and photographer, she has released too many musical projects to tally, has been on tour for decades, working with such luminaries as Nick Cave, Thurston Moore, Omar Rodriguez Lopez, Karen Finley, Jerry Stahl, The Last Poets, and Hubert Selby JR.
She has written hundreds of songs, released dozens of albums, published numerous articles, half a dozen books, translated into 9 languages, appeared in 20 films and documentaries, conducted workshops, taught at Universities including The San Francisco Art Institute and simply refuses to just shut up.
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Peter Gordon is a two time Emmy Nominated Director of Photography. He’s been a working cinematographer since the late 1990s, shooting commercials, promos, music videos, and several documentaries including Academy Award Nominee Marshall Curry’s “Racing Dreams” and scenes for Michael Moore’s “Sicko.” His interest in cinematography grew out of his involvement playing drums in New York City bands in the 1990s. He started shooting Super-8 and 16mm music videos for his bands, then branched out to making videos for friends bands and eventually filmed dozens of episodes of VH1’s “Unplugged” and “Soul Stages” series.
Kathleen Fox is a Peabody Award Winning Producer on the drama Queerskins; a love story. With over a decade of experience producing, directing, writing and creating video and print content for global campaigns, her specialty in virtual reality extends to short-form documentaries and editorial features for social, web and television. Fox is Co-Producer on the feature documentary, Lydia Lunch: The War is Never Over a film by Beth B. From 2007-2017 Kathleen acted as Senior Director of Photo & Video Production at NYC & Company. Kathleen wrote, directed and produced multiple web series and brand campaigns
THE VOLUPTUOUS HORROR OF KAREN BLACK
TEENAGE JESUS AND THE JERKS, THE BAD SEEDS
THE RIGHT SIDE OF MY BRAIN
MUSICIAN / DJ / PRODUCER