You Can See the Sun in Late December

2010 ~ 6:30 minutes
Director Sasha Waters Freyer

A reflection on winter light and maternity.

Sasha Waters Freyer is a filmmaker, mother, teacher and amateur dressmaker. Her experimental and documentary films have featured dominatrixes, coal miners, artists, children, activists – inhabitants of the margins of our mediated landscapes – critical margins that are, in the words of Wendell Berry, “always freeholds of wildness.”  She teaches filmmaking at the University of Iowa.

Each Kid on HIp, Camera in Hand program filmmaker was asked to respond to a series of questions about their background, body of work, motherhood, views on media education and how they balance their various roles and duties. The interview for Sasha Waters Freyer is available here unedited.