Showtime: Sun, Feb 12th @ 4:00 PM
Directed By: Deb Wallwork, Janet Bayliss
Filmmaker In Attendance
Deb Wallwork, Janet Bayliss
Deb Wallwork is a documentary filmmaker. Best known for her short film, C. Beck, about a woodcut artist, she has won numerous awards including the 2004 Independent Lens Grand Prize, a Cine Gold Eagle, Best Feature Documentary from the the American Indian Film Festival, and has had her work broadcast nationally on PBS.
Her work has also screened at major festivals institutions including the Plains Art Museum, the Minnesota Historical Society, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Buffalo Bill Historical Center, the National Museum of the American Indian, and the American Museum of Natural History in New York.
For her latest film The Butterfly Effect, she received a Legacy Grant from the Minnesota State Arts and Cultural Fund. This documentary is a humorous and lyrical essay film that features portraits of rural people who are saving the monarch butterfly, one milkweed at a time.
Deb has an M.F. A. from the School of the Art Institute in Chicago. She currently lives in Fergus Falls, MN