Laura KRANING regularly exhibited her paintings before she started making films. Laura’s work has screened at several festivals, such as International Film Festival Rotterdam, Edinburgh International Film Festival, Athens International Film and Video Festival, the Ann Arbor Film Festival, and Festival du Nouveau Cinema, among others. Kraning has won several awards with her films, including the Leon Speakers Award and Jury Awards at the Ann Arbor Film Festival. She currently teaches in the Program in Film and Video at California Institute of the Arts.
(selection) Cortlandt Alley (2002, short doc), Fear Itself (2005, doc, co-dir), Suzan Pitt: Persistence of Vision (2006, short doc, co-dir), American Parade (2006, short doc), Language of Memory (2009, short), 34°/-117° (2009, short) Vineland (2009, short doc), Devil’s Gate (2011, short doc), Port Noir (2014, short doc), Irradiant Field (2016, short doc), Meridian Plain (2016, short doc)