Bite-sized blog post: Lucy Walker


LUCY WALKER has received two Oscar nominations, one for the short documentary The Tsunami and the Cherry Blossom and one for the feature documentary Waste Land (2010) which was nominated for an Academy Award in 2011.

She has recently expressed an interest in exploring the realm of Virtual Reality. As she commented in an Indiewire interview, “I am always attached to fiction projects and they never go. You make your own deductions. I would conclude that there’s some sexism there. I never stopped wanting to make fiction.”

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Lucy Walker Embraces VR: Why The Oscar-Nominated Filmmaker is Focused on the Future of Cinema

FILMOGRAPHY (from imdb):

 2016The New Yorker Presents (TV Series documentary) (1 episode)

Episode #1.5 (2016)
 2016A History of Cuban Dance (Documentary short)
 2014The Lion’s Mouth Opens (Documentary short)
 2013Crooked Lines (Documentary short)
 2013The Rein of Mary King (Documentary short)
 2013Secrets of the Mongolian Archers (Documentary short)
 2013The Crash Reel (Documentary)
 2012Make Haste Slowly (Documentary short)
 2012/IIThe Red Pill (Documentary short)
 2012The Contenders (Documentary short)
 2011The Tsunami and the Cherry Blossom (Documentary short)

 2011Independent Lens (TV Series documentary) (1 episode)

Waste Land (2011)
 2010Countdown to Zero (Documentary)
 2010Waste Land (Documentary)
 2006/IBlindsight (Documentary)
 2002Devil’s Playground (Documentary)
 1998Blue’s Birthday (Video short)
 1996Blue’s Clues (TV Series) (1998-2001)

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