Brittany Alsot is a queer, feminist, anti-racist filmmaker focused on creating inclusive, empathetic working environments for cast and crew. She is an editor, cinematographer, script supervisor, and director of documentaries and fiction who believes in the healing power of storytelling and art representing the outsider experience. She started her career in Seattle and now lives and works in her native Chicago. In 2016 she was on the screening committee for PFP’s Queer Bits Film Festival and the Great Gay Screenplay Contest.
Filmography: “Tides” (2016) is a five-minute silent film exploring love, anxiety, and lust through dance. It was the official selection of various film festivals across the country, including TWIST Queer Film Festival (Seattle) and PFP’s Queer Bits III.
“A Meal With Dad” (2016) is a dramatic short exploring a young woman’s struggle to heal from her past and reconnect with important people in her life. It was the official selection of the Chicago Feminist Film Festival among other festivals in the US and abroad.