Donal Mosher

Donal Mosher is a filmmaker, photographer, writer, and musician. He is the collaborative director with Michael Palmieri of the award wining documentary features October Country, Off Label and the shorts RougarouingMarseilles and most recently Peace in the Valley for Field of Vision. Alongside filmmaking he has published fiction, non-fiction, and reviews including a contribution to the LAMBDA Award-winning anthology Portland Queer. His recent photographic work, The Vibrancy is Killing Me, was on exhibition in Munich, Germany in 2015. Selections of his film, writing, and photographic work can be found at donalmosher.org.

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Talks

Southern Discomfort, Or What I Learned About Queerness and Telling Other People’s Stories

By Donal Mosher | May 3, 2017

Southern Discomfort, Or What I Learned About Queerness and Telling Other People’s Stories

Donal Mosher breaks down his experiences making – and then screening – a documentary short about Eureka Springs, an LGBT haven in the Bible Belt.

Specters of the Past: Revisiting October Country in Post-Election America

By Donal Mosher | December 16, 2016

Specters of the Past: Revisiting October Country in Post-Election America

Donal Mosher looks back at the documentary portrait he made of his family, and is faced with the question of whether it represents Trump voters.