Julia Fuller is a Chicago-based filmmaker and freelance DP and Editor. She studied cognitive psychology, photography, and lighting design for theater at Barnard College and has an MFA from Temple University. Her recent experimental documentaries, Illness Magnified and Every Speed, have screened at festivals around the U.S, Canada, Europe, and Australia as well as at conferences, symposiums, on television, and as part of undergraduate courses. Illness Magnified won the award for best editing at the Diamond Screen Festival in Philadelphia and a jury award at the RxSM Film Expo in Austin, Texas. Every Speed, a collaboration with Lindsey Martin, won the Premio Asolo Award for Best Film on Architecture at the AsoloArtFilmFestival in Italy and the award for Best Urban Sociology Film at the New Urbanism Film Festival in Los Angeles. Julia is from Oakland, California.
Lindsey Martin is a film and video maker from Virginia. She received a BFA in Photography and Film from Virginia Commonwealth University and an MFA in Film and Media Arts at Temple University in Philadelphia. Through hybrid narrative structures, home movie, audio recordings, documentary techniques, and by using non-actors as performers, her work depicts topics of gender identity, body image, and the microcosms of family structure. Lindsey has screened nationally and internationally including the Philadelphia Institute of Contemporary Art, Athens International Film and Video Festival, Iowa City Documentary Festival, Northside Festival in Brooklyn, New York, Brooklyn Film Festival and the Nomad Project at the Access and Paradox Open Art Fair in Paris, France. Her film Every Speed, co-directed by Julia Fuller, won the Premio Asolo Award for Best Film on Architecture at the AsoloArtFilmFestival.
© 2016 Lindsey Martin and Julia Fuller