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Kelly Duane

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Kelly Duane

Kelly Duane's feature-length documentaries have been showcased in hundreds of film festivals all around the world and broadcasted on PBS stations and the Documentary Channel. Monumental: David Brower's Fight for Wild America opened theatrically nationwide and was selected by the New York Film Society to screen at the Lincoln Center. It is part of the environmental studies curriculum in more than 50 universities including Yale, Harvard, UC Berkeley, and Stanford.

Duane is producing a documentary series called Uploaded for the Independent Film Channel. She has been the recipient of San Francisco Bay Guardian's Goldie Award in film, was named by 7X7 magazine as a "Storyteller to Watch," and was an honored filmmaker in the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts exhibition "Bay Area Now 3." She currently lives in Berkeley, CA.

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