Filmmaking (MFA)

Patrick Wright

Patrick Wright is Co-Director of the JHU MICA Film Centre and Director of the MFA in Filmmaking at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore. He co-produced and was associate editor for Music By Prudence, which won the 2010 Academy Award for Best Documentary Short and aired on HBO. Wright cut Boy Howdy: The Story of CREEM Magazine which chronicles the messy upheaval of the ’70s just as rock was re-inventing itself and the magazine that went from a Detroit underground paper to national powerhouse.  Boy Howdy premiered at SXSW.  Wright edited the feature documentary See You Soon Again, about Baltimore-based Holocaust survivor Leo Bretholz and was an Associate Producer on 12 O’Clock Boys. He edited Oyler: One School, One Year, a feature documentary by Marketplace reporter Amy Scott, which profiles a high school located in a traditionally urban Appalachian neighborhood in Cincinnati, Ohio. Additionally, Wright has produced and directed films on HIV/AIDS, clergy sexual abuse, and a profile of Ann Coulter.