Erin Derham

Erin Derham is an international award-winning filmmaker whose latest film, Stuffeda documentary about the art of taxidermy that premiered at SXSW 2019 – plays at Film Forum from October 16. After receiving an MA in Oral History, Derham founded History Boutique Films, a production company focused on exploring the human experience, telling stories about inspirational people. Her first film, Buskin’ Blues, attended over a dozen festivals and sold for world wide distribution in 2016. Erin began her career as a storyteller editing and directing for PBS, and has conducted close to 400 interviews. Her passion for filmmaking is shown on screen by exploring the human experience and her creative edge is evident in all of her work. For more on her and her work, visit erinderham.com.

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As a Vegan, Directing a Documentary About Taxidermy Transformed the Way I See the World

By Erin Derham | October 16, 2019

As a Vegan, Directing a Documentary About Taxidermy Transformed the Way I See the World

Filmmaker and environmental historian Erin Derham charts the journey she took as she challenged herself making her new film, Stuffed.