Episode 11 ~ The Creative Life with Kirsten Kelly (Documentary Filmmaker)

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Kirsten Kelly grew up in the Asaragus capital of the nation (Shelby, Michigan) and currently lives in Brooklyn with her family where she works as a documentary filmmaker with Spargel Productions and Transform Films. In 2015, she and Anne de Mare won an Emmy for their documentary, The Homestretch, which followed the lives of three homeless high school students in Chicago. Kirsten finds stories that need louder voices and puts them out to the world. ┬áIt’s an emotional and physical job and we discuss in this episode just how this creative life of hers started and continues to evolve.


Where you can Find Kirsten…
Transform Films
Spargle Productions

Past Productions…
Asparagus! Stalking the American Life
The Homestretch

Future Projects…
This is Where I Learned Not To Sleep
The Girl with the Rivet Gun
Sisterhood of Salaam/Shalom

 

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