Danielle Beverly

Danielle Beverly

Biography

Danielle Beverly works as a one or two-person crew, to cra observational documentaries. ‘Dusty Groove: The Sound of Transition’, edited by Adam Kurnitz (‘Gimme Danger’, ‘Boom for Real: The Late Teenage Years of Jean-Michel Basquiat’) will premiere in 2019. Beverly’s documentary feature ‘Old South’ (2015) was broadcast on America ReFramed, toured The Southern Circuit, and community gardens via its DIY “Healing Spaces Tour”, and is distributed by Women Make Movies. Her debut feature ‘Learning to Swallow’ (2005) premiered at Silverdocs, screened on America ReFramed, and is distributed by Women Make Movies. ‘Lonnie Holley: The Truth of the Dirt’ (2017, Co-Producer/ Cinematographer) was broadcast on AfroPop, screened at The National Gallery of Art, and won the Audience Award at Macon Film Festival. Beverly is an Assistant Professor at Northwestern University in Qatar, where she teaches documentary filmmaking.

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