BIO:
Alee Peoples maintains a varied artistic practice that involves screen-printing, sewing, sculpture and film. Currently living in Los Angeles, she has taught youth classes at Echo Park Film Center and shown her sculpture and film work at GAIT and 4th Wall. She has organized tours of her and fellow filmmakers' works including a 13-date trip across the Southern U.S. in 2014. In the Fall of 2018, her and Mike Stoltz shared their films at microcinemas in The Netherlands and Berlin. Peoples has shown her films at numerous festivals including Edinburgh, Images (Toronto) and New York Film Festival, and at museums and spaces including SFMoMA, Brooklyn Museum of Art, The Pompidou Center, Dirt Palace (Providence) and The Nightingale (Chicago). She is inspired by pedestrian histories, pop song lyrics and invested in the hand-made.



some press:
Hidden Gems - Max Goldberg picked Decoy as a favorite of the 2018 San Francisco International Film Festival.

an interview with Clint Enns for INCITE Journal's Back and Forth. August 2017

Fandor Keyframe - Michael Sicinski & Jordan Cronk's 2016 end of the year list for avant garde film.

Reverse Shot - Genevieve Yue's take on the 2015 Projections at the 53rd New York Film Festival.

The Art Blog review of May 2011 show at Vox Populi, Philadelphia. Scroll down.

Max Goldberg's review of ATA screening in San Francisco, October 2011.