About the Filmmaker
JULIE KAHN is a filmmaker, producer and visual artist. She has also worked as an A&R executive at Columbia Records, content development director at Sony Pictures, producer for Annie Leibovitz, and investment banker at Morgan Stanley. Kahn has received numerous grants and awards for her projects including NEH funding for Swamp Cabbage: Cracker Culture in a Fast Food Nation. Her participatory artworks as well as two short films Taxidermy High and Möbius have exhibited at festivals, museums and galleries nationally and internationally including: Art Basel, Havana Biennal, Art in Embassies, Optic Nerve, hilo Film Festival, International Festival of Cinema and Technology, Anchorage Film Festival, and Rooftop Films. Her Dixie Dingo Film Festival was named top art event by The Miami Herald, and she was named Best Miami Photographer by CityLink. She graduated from Harvard with a BA and MBA. She is currently an affiliate artist at the Headlands Center for the Arts and lives on a houseboat in Sausalito with her two brown dogs, Logan and Hadley.