Kenneth Carlson

Kenneth A. Carlson, a graduate of Brown University, specializes in writing, directing and producing theatrical fiction and non-fiction films. Carlson recently wrote, directed and produced Go Tigers! (2001), a feature-length documentary film on Ohio's high school football team, the Massillon Tigers. Among other honors, Go Tigers! was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award and a Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Best Documentary.

Previously, Carlson produced Amargosa (2000), which premiered at the 2000 Slamdance Film Festival. This feature-length documentary is about the life of eccentric ballet dancer/artist, Marta Becket and her opera house located in remote Death Valley Junction, California. The picture has garnered a multitude of "Best Documentary" and "Audience" awards on the film festival circuit.

For his independent film company, Carlson Films, Inc., Carlson wrote, directed and produced the feature film, Special Delivery (1999/I), a romantic comedy starring Sean Young, Penny Marshall, Paul Dooley and Nell Carter.

Selection courtesy of IMDB.