Contributors: Zack Godshall

Zack Godshall earned an MFA in film directing from UCLA and is an assistant professor of screenwriting at Louisiana State University. The subjects of his films range from claim adjusters working in post-Katrina New Orleans to divinely inspired folk architects. His first two narrative films, Low and Behold and Lord Byron, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.

Contributions

  • 2015 Summer - Let the Breeze Spell the Stream, or Learning How to Make a Film in Post-Katrina New Orleans