Alice Dungan Bouvrie
Alice Dungan Bouvrie brings over 20 years of experience in the film industry to her role as documentary producer and director. She holds a Master's Degree in Film Production from Boston University, a Master's Degree in Intercultural Relations from Lesley University, and is a graduate of the DGA Producers Training Program out of New York. She is an active member of the Director's Guild of America, and an active member and former board member of Women in Film & Video/New England.
Bouvrie worked as an Assistant Director on feature films, TV series and specials, commercials and industrials for seven years then began producing documentaries as an independent in 1993, forming Mineral King Productions, a video documentary production company based in Arlington, Massachusetts. Mineral King Productions produces broadcast-quality documentary videos with an intercultural emphasis. The organization was created in response to a need for culturally based video projects that would bring depth and immediacy to topical subject matter.
Dungan Bouvrie won the Special Jury Award in the Environmental Category at the San Francisco International Film Festival in 1994 for her first film co-produced with Teresa Metcalf entitled, Living Under the Cloud: Chernobyl Today. Her recent film, Iditarod... A Far Distant Place won Best Cinematography at the New England Film Festival 2000, and First Place Audience Award for Documentary at Film Fest New Haven 2000.
Recently completed Prison Pups is currently traveling the festival circuit. Other films produced include Am I Home Yet? 5 Au Pairs in Boston and William Wyman: Artist, Potter both for the educational market. Current works include: Land Sea Sky: Sovereignty and Subsistence in the Alaska Native Community, and Thy Will Be Done: A Transsexual Woman's Journey Through Family and Faith.
Films Available at DER