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Keith Wilson is a San Francisco-based filmmaker and visual artist. His award-winning documentaries, THE SHRIMP and WHEN THE LIGHT'S RED are distributed through New Day Films, where he has been a member-owner since 2009. He currently serves on coop's Steering Commitee as the Head of General Operations.
Keith Wilson is a San Francisco-based producer, cinematographer and editor. He is currently in pre-production for Oscillate Wildly, a feature narrative film that he is co-writer and Director of Photography. The film is the recipient of two San Francisco Film Society/Kenneth Ranin Foundation Grants and a Canon Filmmaking Grant from Film Independent. In 2013, he was Producer and Director of Photography for Interior. Leather Bar., which premiered at the Sundance and Berlinale Film Festivals. The film screened in over 75 festivals internationally, was nominated for a Cinema Eye award and was released theatrically by Strand Releasing in 2014.
In 2010, he directed and edited The Shrimp, a short documentary that screened at the South by Southwest Film Festival, the U.S. National Gallery of Art and won the Director’s Choice and Best Cinematography Award from the Black Maria Film Festival. Wilson is also a fine-art photographer whose recent work was exhibited at the Gagosian Gallery, the Brandhorst Museum in Munich, Germany and was an ArtForum Critic’s Pick. He has a Master of Fine Arts degree in Film Production from the University of Texas-Austin, where he was a University and Jesse Jones Fellow.