Brian Frye

BRIAN L. FRYE is a filmmaker, writer and law professor. His films explore relationships between history, society, and cinema through archival and amateur images. His films have appeared in places like The Whitney Biennial, New York Film Festival’s “Views from the Avant-Garde”, New York Underground Film Festival, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The Warhol Museum, The PDX Film Festival, Media City and Images Festival. His short films are in the permanent collection of the Whitney Museum and distributed by the Filmmaker’s Coop. He’s been awarded grants from the Jerome Foundation and ETC. His writing on film and art has appeared in October, The New Republic, Film Comment, Cineaste, Millennium Film Journal and the Village Voice. He earned a 2nd Place Trophy at the 2001 Peripheral Produce Invitational.

Brian’s films can be found on:

Peripheral Produce All-time Greatest Hits (Oona’s Veil)

Waste-book #1 (Robert Beck is Alive and Well and Living in NYC, The Anatomy of Melancholy, Kaddish, Oona’s Veil, The Letter, Across the Rappahannoc & Lachrymae)