Kelly Loudenberg

Kelly Loudenberg is a filmmaker and artist who has been exploring the American justice system for more than a decade, most recently through The Confession Tapes, the Netflix series she created and directed. This project has grown out of her work profiling individuals, systems and the grey areas of culpability and coercion. Kelly has contributed to the Atlantic, the New York Times, the New Yorker, and National Geographic. Her work has been shown at the Venice Architecture Biennale, Monte Vista Projects, SXSW Film Festival, and the Guggenheim Labs. She has also been artist-in-residence at the Nevada Museum of Art, the Center for Land Use Interpretation and Casa Wabi in Puerto Escondido, Mexico. More at http://www.kellyloudenberg.com.

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Negative Spaces: What I Left Out of The Confession Tapes, and Why

By Kelly Loudenberg | October 26, 2017

Negative Spaces: What I Left Out of The Confession Tapes, and Why

Kelly Loudenberg, the creator of Netflix's compelling new documentary series, writes about the moments she had to leave on the cutting room floor.