Ross McElwee
(United States)

Ross McElwee is an American documentary filmmaker known for his autobiographical films about his family and personal life, usually interwoven with an episodic journey that intersects with larger political or philosophical issues. Cultural aspects of his Southern upbringing are present in his humorous and often self-deprecating films. He received the Career Award at the 2007 Full Frame Documentary Film Festival.

Filmography
Photographic Memory
2011
In Paraguay
2008
Bright Leaves
2003
Six O'Clock News
1997
Time Indefinite
1993
Something to Do with the Wall
1990
Sherman's March
1986
Backyard
1984
Resident Exile
1981
Charleen
1980
Space Coast
1979

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