"Legacy of the Mountain Meadows Massacre"
Biography For Brian Patrick
Patrick has been directing award-winning documentaries for over 30 years.
Three films that he has directed, produced, and edited have aired on National
Television, including Testimony, The Hideout, and On Their Honor. Patrick
has collaborated with directors such as Steven Spielberg, interviewing survivors
of the Holocaust. He holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from the Ohio University
School of Film, and has taught film/video production at 5 universities, including
the University of Utah, for over 25 years. During this time, he developed
and taught courses in film/video production, film history survey (documentary,
experimental, animation), and film directing. He has been Co-chair of the
Film Studies Division from 1991 to the present. Patrick recently completed
a feature length documentary entitled Burying the PastLegacy of
the Mountain Meadows Massacre.
|Brian Patrick's FILMOGRAPHY:|
HONORS AND AWARDS:
following films are available for purchase at www.canyoncinema.com
Burying The Past Legacy of The Mountain Meadows Massacre Best of State Award Utah 2004
Education Association King Foundation Award Winner (Best of
Dance Journal award,
Dance on Camera Film Festival, New York, 1985.
The Hide Out--Athens
International Film Festival, Merit Award. Selected for showing: Sundance
Film Festival (1983), Mill Valley Film Festival (1981), Margaret Mead
Film Festival (1982), American Museum of Natural History, N.Y. Broadcast
KUTV (NBC affiliate) Television. Nominated for a Rocky Mountain Emmy Award.
Broadcast WNET (PBS) New York, April & August, 1983. Articles: Newsday
Magazine, April, 1983; American Anthropologist, September, 1983.
Merit, San Francisco International Film Festival, 1979. Special Merit,
Athens International Film Festival, 1980. Selected U.S. Film Festival,
On Their Honor--Special
Mention, American Film Festival, N.Y., 1976. Special Mention, Athens International
Film Festival, 1975. Broadcast O-NET (PBS), 1975.
Place Award. Huntington Galleries Film Exposition, 1973. Selected for
showing, Whitney Museum of Art, N.Y., 1973.
Place Award, Ohio University Film Festival, 1971. 1st Place Award, Ohio
State Film Festival, 1970. Special Mention, Esquire Student Film Festival,
1970. 3rd Place Award, Baltimore II Film Festival, 1971. Special Mention,
Monterey Independent Film Festival, 1971. Film shown and discussed at
the Anthropological Film Conference, Temple University, 1970. Broadcast
nationwide by WNET (PBS), 1971. Paragraph mention, Critical Focus, An
Introduction to Film (creative documentary) Blumenburg, Wadsworth Publishing,
Is A Pot--Special Mention. San Francisco Erotic Film Festival, 1970.