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Keith Wilson is a filmmaker and artist based in San Francisco. His films have been exhibited at Sundance, the Berlinale and South by Southwest Film Festival, the U.S. National Gallery of Art, and the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. For his in-progress film Untitled Frank Moore Project, he was a BAVC National Mediamaker Fellow and a North Points Institute Fellow. His recent short film The Tree screened at MoMA's 2019 Doc Fortnight program, DOC NYC, and was exhibited as a storefront installation at Artist Television Access in San Francisco.

Keith is currently producing, I Didn't See You There, the first feature documentary film by director Reid Davenport. The film has received support from Creative Capital, Doc Society, the Bay Area Video Coalition, and IFP. He was the producer, director of photography and editor of Water Makes Us Wet, a documentary feature directed by Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens that premiered at documenta14 in Kassel, Germany. He was Director of Photography and Producer for INTERIOR. LEATHER BAR., which premiered at Sundance and was released theatrically by Strand Releasing. He is a member-owner New Day Films, a 40 year-old documentary distribution cooperative.

Keith was a 2019 Monroe Fellow at Tulane University's New Orleans Center for the Gulf South for The Most Beautiful Beach, a photography project on the architecture of Panama City Beach, Florida. In addition to solo shows in Austin, Texas and Berkeley, California, his artist book Every Building on Burnet [burn-it] Road was exhibited at the Gagosian Gallery and the Brandhorst Museum as part of the exhibit Ed Ruscha & Co. His photography books See I Saw (2014) and Hyde Park Apartments (2010) are published by Publication Studio and, with Shannon O'Malley, he is the co-creator and editor of Gay Men Draw Vaginas. Keith has an MFA in film production from the Radio-TV-Film Department at UT-Austin and grew up on a cul-de-sac in suburban Atlanta.