After graduating from Slade School of Fine Art with a 1st, Bronwen has produced and directed films for Channel 4, BBC, The New York Times, Tate, Christies, Nowness, Vice, and has exhibited her films and photography worldwide.

Unlike more traditional documentaries, Bronwen’s films feel like fluid portraits, capturing the spirit of their subjects through their physicality. The subjects of her films - dancers, hunters, artists - feed into a larger project about bodies and the way they connect with their environment. It’s an approach that ties back to being a professional dancer herself - a role that helped hone her sense of empathy, communication and trust.”  HUCK MAGAZINE

“Part documentary film-maker, part artist and stalker of lion tamers, moose hunters, orcs and Vivienne Westwood, Bronwen Parker-Rhodes is a filmmaker whose work plunges us into grainy intimacy with stories that are obsessive, eccentric and out of the ordinary.” UNDER/CURRENT MAGAZINE

"Better than a weekend in the country."  NANCY BANKS-SMITH, THE GUARDIAN 

“Rich with significant detail, yet seemingly strung together incidental, casual scenes, a Parker-Rhodes short is the film equivalent of a punchy work of literary journalism, or a poetic Carver vignette.”  BAD IDEA MAGAZINE

“Pictures so mesmerising I dropped my hat, gloves and fell into Bronwen’s world.”  DAVID SAUNDERS, DAVID DAVID

 
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