CHRIS TEAGUE | DIR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Chris is a writer, director, cinematographer, and graduate of the MFA program in film at Columbia University.
Chris recently placed second in the Kodak Eastman Scholars Program, which recognizes film students with a strong focus on cinematography. As a cinematographer, Chris has shot several feature-length documentaries and short films such as Myna Joseph's MAN, John Magary's THE SECOND LINE, and Fellipe Barbosa's SALT KISS, all of which have played at Sundance, while individually they have screened at the New York Film Festival, New Directors/New Films, and the Tribeca Film Festival. Chris was also awarded best cinematography at the Columbia University Film Festival for his work on MAN.
As a writer-director, Chris's short film THORNDIKE screened at the Tribeca Film Festival and IFP Market, among others, and was awarded the New Line Cinema Development Grant. His most recent film, MONKEYWRENCH, starring Sarah Steele (PLEASE GIVE, SPANGLISH), won the Special Jury Prize at the Dallas International Film Festival and Best Narrative Short at the Eugene Film Festival. The film is about a young environmental activist who finds her ideology tested in a forest on the verge of being clearcut. The short is part of a larger feature project about environmental activism that Chris is developing.
CHILDREN OF INVENTION is Chris's first narrative feature as cinematographer.
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