Caryn Cline is a filmmaker, media educator, and urban composter. Originally from the Ozarks in southwest Missouri, she lived and worked in Seattle and Olympia, Washington for many years. She taught media literacy, communications and library/media research at The Evergreen State College and Seattle Central Community College. In 2005, she moved to New York City to pursue her desire to make films. She currently works in 16mm film and digital, exploring the porous seams among experimental, documentary, and narrative film making. She lives in Seattle, Washington.


screening “Seattle Solstice” at The Madcat Festival, 2009

Screening “Seattle Solstice” at the Madcat Festival, 2009. 
Photo by John R. Hall.


Caryn’s short films have screened at many festivals, including the 2013 Venice Biennale, London and Melbourne International Animation Festivals, Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival (Czech Republic), the Crossroads Festival (San Francisco), Experiments in Cinema (Albuquerque), Madcat (San Francisco), New Filmmakers (NYC), Women in the Director’s Chair (Chicago), “Techniques of the Observer,” (New Delhi and Mumbai, India), the Southwest Gay and Lesbian Film Festival (Albuquerque), the Iowa City Documentary Film Festival, and the Milwaukee Underground Film Festival.


Email Caryn at: carynycline@gmail.com

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