Denise Bostrom wrote her first documentary film on contemporary jazz musicians as a college senior in '73. It aired on WNET-TV and was shown nationally on PBS. She has since written documentaries, corporate films, educational films & CD-ROMS garnering awards from major festivals (American Film Festival, Women in the Director's Chair, Toronto Film Festival, New York Film Festival, Nyons) and industry awards (Joey, Golden Cine). She's also worked on feature films as a script supervisor with renowned directors including John Korty, Wes Craven, George Lucas and Wayne Wang. She works as a producer, screenwriter, script-doctor, writing instructor and script supervisor. She has two sons and lives in Oakland with her husband and cat. (07/12)
A film by Denise Bostrom and Jane Warrenbrand, 1976, 32 min.
A classic chronicle of women's relationship to gynecology and healthcare, produced by Women Make Movies. In this bold and sensitive documentary, women...