Oregon-based director Cambria Matlow’s latest film, WOODSRIDER, is an immersive documentary portrait of a female snowboarder on Mt Hood, set to premiere in 2017. BURNING IN THE SUN (2010), about a young man who starts a solar energy business in Mali, was her feature debut, and selected for IFP’s Documentary Lab and Independent Film Week, broadcast on Al Jazeera and PBS, and seen in festivals worldwide.
Her work has been awarded grants and residencies from LEF Foundation, Brooklyn Arts Council, Experimental Television Center, the Puffin Foundation, and NW Documentary.
Cambria holds a Certificate in Film Production from Burlington College in Vermont and a B.A. in Hispanic Studies from Columbia University. She anticipates earning her Masters in Essay Documentary from EICTV in Cuba in 2018.