Filmmaker Frazer Bradshaw
IndieHouse SF Podcast
Welcome to Episode 8 of the IndieHouse SF Podcast. Join us each episode as we get to know the SF film community, one filmmaker at a time.
Help Frazer finish his latest film, The Deep Sky. The Kickstarter campaign ends soon!
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IndieHouse SF Interview: Frazer Bradshaw
Frazer Bradshaw has been writing, directing and editing films for over two decades. He makes films with a philosophical bent about the human condition, told through lenses of race, class and sexuality.
His first feature, Everything Strange And New, a portrait of the implications of the American Dream for a working class man, premiered at Sundance in 2009. Everything Strange And New, won the FIPRESCI Prize at the San Francisco International Film Festival (SFIFF), the CineVision Award in Munich, and was nominated for two Gotham Awards and an Independent Spirit Award.
Top 5 Things
- his current movie – The Deep Sky
- his daughter, Hattie (she recently turned 11, and was one of the stars of the Focus Features release, “Babies” in 2010)
- his wife
- riding his BMX bike at the skatepark
- his parents and brother