Trent Harris

Trent Harris has written and directed six feature films, many experimental movies, and more than one hundred documentaries for PBS, National Geographic, NBC and others. Independent Film &Video magazine called Harris, “One of America’s premiere cult directors.”  In 2001 The Los Angeles Critics Association awarded Harris, Best Independent Experimental Film, for his feature, Beaver Trilogy.  This film was also listed by the London Guardian as one of ”Fifty Lost Masterpieces” and hit the "Top Ten" list of Art Forum Magazine.  Harris’ films have played at dozens of festivals and museums worldwide with major screenings at: Sundance, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the British Film Institute in London, the Edinburgh Film Festival, the Museum of Modern Art in Vienna Austria, Les Laboratories  in Aubervilliers France, The Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco and the Pacific Film Archive in Berkeley. He is also the author of two books, Mondo Utah and Wild Goose Chronicles.