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Julie Wyman

Julie Wyman is a Bay-Area based award-winning filmmaker whose previous work has screened internationally and on broadcast and cable television. Her widely screened 1998 short ENJOY won awards and was named "one of the best films of 1998" by the San Francisco Bay Guardian. Her previous shorts STUNT DOUBLE: MEDITATIONS ON MY LIFE WITH BUFFY (1999) and I SHOT MY W.O.D. (1995) have played widely in gay/lesbian festival circuits. A BOY NAMED SUE is her first full-length documentary. Wyman holds a B.A. Degree from Amherst College, an MFA from UC San Diego's Visual Arts Department, and is currently an Assistant Professor in the Technocultural Studies Program at UC Davis. (09/09)

A Boy Named Sue
A film by Julie Wyman, 2000, 56 min., Color

Julie Wyman's compelling documentary chronicles the transformation of a transsexual named Theo from a woman to a man over the course of six years. The...

A film by Julie Wyman, 2004, 28 min., Color/BW

Julie Wyman’s ebullient experimental documentary intertwines the story of the Padded Lilies, a troupe of fat synchronized swimmers, Archimedes, the Gr...

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