Ken Paul Rosenthal

Ken Paul Rosenthal makes film to cultivate a more participatory relationship with the animate world, and build community through live, conscious dialogue. His early body of experimental films employs organic, photochemical, and direct manipulation techniques. Rosenthal's recent projects weave personal and political narratives into the poetic lyricism of landscape films. His social justice documentary, Crooked Beauty, explores positive and compassionate models for transforming the experience of madness in our culture.


I My Bike (2002)
Blackbirds (1998)