Jesse Kreitzer is a filmmaker from Marlboro, Vermont. Using archival material as creative conduit, Kreitzer’s films explore folk cultures, family lineage, memory, and preservation. His work has been exhibited at festivals, galleries, and museums worldwide, including The National Gallery of Art (Washington, DC). The Museum of the Moving Image (NYC), Biografilm (Italy), Raindance (UK), and Oldenburg Film Festivals (German), among others, and have received Oscar qualifying and regional Emmy awards.
Kreitzer received his MFA in Cinema and Comparative Literature from the University of Iowa, and his BA in Visual and Media Arts from Emerson College.
Kreitzer joined the WRCC Filmmaking Program in 2019, following in the footsteps of his mentor Michel Moyse, who founded the program, then known as the Center for Digital Arts.