Frank Mosley is a Texas-born actor and filmmaker living in Los Angeles. He’s a fellow of the 2015 Berlinale Talents, 2017 NYFF Artist Academy, and 2016 Workshop for Auteurs led by Abbas Kiarostami in Cuba. He can be seen in films such as Upstream Color (Sundance 2013), Freeland (SXSW 2020), Chained for Life (Kino Lorber), The Ghost Who Walks (Netflix), and Some Beasts (Jury Prize for Outstanding Performance at the 2016 Sarasota Film Festival). Kinoscope and The Spectacle Theater (NYC) have held retrospectives of his directing work that has played festivals such as Slamdance, Champs-Elysees Film Festival, Northwest Film Forum, Dallas Museum of Art, and Anthology Film Archives. He’s been called “a superb actor and filmmaker” (RogerEbert.com), “a major cinematic voice” (Vague Visages), and “a dependably fantastic American indie mainstay” (Filmmaker magazine). (Photo by Frederick Trevino.)
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