Author: Kyle Henry

KYLE HENRY has directed two feature docs: American Cowboy, a 1998 Student Academy Award winner, and 1999’s University, Inc. about the corporatization of the largest university in America, which played at over 75 colleges, museums, and media arts centers as part of the McCollege Tour—underwritten in part by filmmakers Michael Moore and Richard Linklater. His short N.ew Y.ork C.asino won Best Experimental Short at SXSW in 2003 and toured international museum/ arts centers as part of the Black Maria Film & Video Festival, Un-American, and Itinerant Cinema tours. Room, his feature debut, had its national premiere at Sundance and international premiere at The Director’s Fortnight of Cannes this year. He is also a working editor of such films as Manito, Troop 1500: Girl Scouts Behind Bars, and Learning to Swallow.

Articles Written by Kyle Henry:

Making Room

I’m the director of the low-budget psychological thriller Room (2005), which premiered at Sundance and had its international debut in the Directors Fortnight at Cannes in May. Room was produced by The 7th Floor along with Jim McKay and Michael Stipe’s C-Hundred Film Corp. Our four-week, twenty-four-day production was equally divided between two weeks in… Read more »