Rustin Thompson is an independent filmmaker with more than 25 years experience as a director, cameraman, editor, and writer. In addition to making documentaries and short films, he worked for more than ten years as a freelance CBS cameraman and has years of experience shooting in third world locations, including Bangladesh, Haiti, Guatemala, and North Korea. He is also a freelance film critic and host of the alt-country show Roadsongs for Seattle radio station KBCS-FM, 91.3, and is a frequent contributor to Moviemaker magazine. Rustin is a graduate of the University of Washington. (09/09)
Quick Brown Fox: An Alzheimer's Story
A film by Ann Hedreen and Rustin Thompson, 2004, 57 min., Color
Who are you if you canít remember who you are? Ann Hedreenís mother started showing symptoms of Alzheimerís disease at the barely-old age of 60. Thoug...