CHRISTOPHER FELVER, Director/ Producer
Christopher Felver is a photographer and filmmaker with solo photographic exhibitions at the Centre Georges Pompidou, Torino Fotografia Biennale Internazionale, Fahey/Klein Gallery in Los Angeles, and Robert Berman Gallery in Los Angeles. He participated in the 53rd Venice International Film Festival. The National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., the New York Public Library, and the Museum of Fine Art in Boston have presented retrospectives of his films: John Cage Talks About Cows, Cecil Taylor: All the Notes, West Coast: “Beat & Beyond,” Taken by the Romans, Donald Judd’s Marfa Texas, Tony Cragg: In Celebration of Sculpture, California Clay in the Rockies, and The Coney Island of Lawrence Ferlinghetti. Mr. Felver’s books are The Late Great Allen Ginsberg, Seven Days in Nicaragua Libre, The Poet Exposed, Ferlinghetti Portrait, Angels, Anarchists & Gods, Beat, and The Importance of Being. His work is collected in libraries and museums worldwide.