DIRECTOR’S BIOGRAPHY: BRUCE WOOD
THE DOOR

Bruce Wood is a contemporary painter and film/video maker.
 His avant-garde short films have been featured in solo presentations 
at many fine art venues, including the Institute of Contemporary Arts 
in London and The Museum of Modern Art (Beaubourg) in Paris. 
His films are in the collections of The Carnegie Institute Museum of Art, 
The Royal Film Archive of Belgium, and the School of the Art Institute of 
Chicago. 

Wood studied at Massachusetts College of Art (BFA), and was a 
student of Stan Brakhage at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (MFA). 
The Door is Bruce Wood's first dramatic feature film.

Filmography (selected)
New Kisses, 6 min., 2004
The Bridge of Heaven, 33 min., 1979
Frozen Flight, 31 minutes, 1979
Edge Forces, 11 min., 1978
Arctic Desire, 7 minutes, 1977
River of Stars, 10 minutes, 1976