Craig Baldwin is an experimental film artist who recycles found footage from the ’50s and ’60s and redesigns it into conspiracy-filled digital dialogues. We brought him into the Walker for a month long residency with local teenagers. They made cut-and-splice films, exhibited them in a fort made out of bedsheets, and manipulated the soundtracks on a thrift store turntable. It grossed 35 million and Hollywood came a’calling!!! Variety magazine reports that Edward Norton has already signed on to play the soiled bedsheets.
Craig Baldwin Artist Talk and Filmmaking Class