Elyse Montague

Elyse Montague received a BA in Film and Video at Hampshire College in western Massachusetts and taught film and video production at the Rockport Film College and at the Maine International Film and TV Workshops in Rockport, Maine. His film and video work explores representations of the genderqueer body within social, medical, and personal spaces. Montague’s first film, Through the Skin, is a short experimental autobiographical documentary illustrating the misdiagnosis of an androgynous child on the brink of puberty. His current project, Maine, Arizona, is a feature length fictional development of his latest film Well Dressed, a short essay film that interrogates bodies in transition, in particular those which are transgender and/or pregnant. His films have shown at the Media Arts Festival in Osnabruck, Germany, The Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, the Paris Gay and Lesbian International Film Festival, the Anthology Film Archives in NY, and The Dashanzi Arts Festival in Beijing, China. Montague’s work is distributed through Women Make Movies in New York.

Artist CV


Seth Augustine
Kate Barclay
Veronika Bauer
Robert Becraft
Susannah Bielak
Boredom Patrol
Carl Burton
Mike Caloud
Raul Cardenas-Osuna
Fabian Cereijido
Matthew Coors
J. Tanner Cusick
Cathy de la Cruz
Evelyn Donnelly
Julia Dzwonkoski
James Enos
Deanna Erdmann
Kael Greco
Nico Herbst
Kate Hoffman
Scott Horsley
Sara Hunsucker
Glenna Jennings
Sharon Levy
Emiko Lewis-Sanchez

Derek Lomas
Esteban Martinez
Jennifer Medlin
Gretchen Mercedes
Patrick Miller
Elyse Montague
Patricia Montoya
Adam Moyer
Owen Mundy
Clare Parry
Kelly Pendergrast
Omar Pimienta
PG Toys
Serena Porrati
Iana Quesnell
Steven Rubin
Tristan Shone
Katherine Sweetman
The Magnum PIs
Robert Twomey
Yvonne Venegas
Nina Waisman
Caleb Waldorf
Kate Wall
Julia Westerbeke
Felipe Zuniga