Bradley Beesley

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Bradley Beesley

Filmmaker Bradley Beesley was named one of Filmmaker Magazine’s "Top 25 Independent Filmmakers" in 2002. He recently completed his feature length documentary THE FEARLESS FREAKS FEATURING THE FLAMING LIPS, which includes 10 years of chronicling the band. It is now screening at festivals worldwide and will air on The Sundance Channel in 2006. He is currently in postproduction on a summer camp documentary that he co-directed with Sarah Price. This year, Bradley also directed “Roller Girls”, an episodic documentary for the Arts and Entertainment network and will broadcast in 2006. In 2001, he completed his award-winning documentary OKIE NOODLING, which captures the art of barehanded fishing in Oklahoma and continues to have encore PBS broadcasts. In addition to directing documentaries, Beesley has worked on commercials and music videos. His long-term collaboration with the Flaming Lips includes co-directing ten of their music videos and acting as Co-Director on the sci-fi narrative CHRISTMAS ON MARS. His first film, HILL STOMP HOLLAR, features R.L. Burnside and Fat Possum Records and won first runner-up at the 1999 SXSW film festival.

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