Kathy Brew

Kathy Brew’s experience spans experimental work to independent documentaries and public television productions. She has worked for public television on both the west and east coasts in the U.S. –WNET/Channel Thirteen in NYC and KQED/Channel 9 in San Francisco. Ms. Brew has worked over the years with several other artists/producers on a range of media projects, including: Regret to Inform, a documentary about widows of the Vietnam War that won awards at the 1999 Sundance Film Festival and the Independent Feature Project’s American Spirit Awards, as well as having been nominated for a 1999 Oscar in the documentary category; Rabbit in the Moon, a documentary about Japanese-American internment during World War II, another award-winning film at the 1999 Sundance Film Festival, which aired on POV in 1999 and won a national Emmy; several commissioned projects for ZDF-Arte Television (in Germany) with artists Lynn Hershman and Gustav Hamos. Her own independent video work, Mixed Messages, examines gender stereotyping in popular culture and received numerous awards at film and video festivals.