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Dawn Logsdon

Réalisateur/trice, Producteur/trice, Monteur/se
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Dawn Logsdon a réalisé son premier long métrage avec Faubourg Tremé (2007). Elle a monté plusieurs films multiprimés.


Dawn Logsdon is making her feature-length directing debut with Faubourg Tremé (2007). A nationally-acclaimed editor in the Bay Area for many years, Dawn returned to her hometown in 1999, determined to weld together her experience in documentary filmmaking with a quest for understanding New Orleans, its people, and its culture. Dawn previously edited the 2004 Academy Award®-nominated documentary film, The Weather Underground, directed by Sam Green and Bill Siegel and the Sundance Award-winning documentary Paragraph 175, directed by two-time Academy Award® winners Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman. She was also the editor of the Emmy and Peabody award-winning program The Castro: Hidden Neighborhoods of San Francisco, which interweaves the many strands of that community’s history, culture and politics. Dawn has directed and produced several short documentaries including Tomboy. She is a Soros Open Society Institute Media Fellow and has also been awarded fellowships from the Louisiana Division of the Arts and the New Orleans Contemporary Art Center, and was a California Arts Council Artist-in-Residence. Dawn hold a B.A. in Philosophy from the University of California at Berkeley.

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