Paige Taul

Paige Taul (b.1996) is an Oakland, CA native who received her BA in Studio Art with a concentration in Cinematography from the University of Virginia and her MFA in Moving Image from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her work engages with and challenges assumptions of black cultural expression and notions of belonging through experimental cinematography. As a part of her filmmaking practice she tests the boundaries of identity and self-identification through autoethnography to approach notions of racial authenticity in veins such as religion, style, language, and other black community-based experiences.

Paige's work has been exhibited at venues including UnionDocs, CROSSROADS at SFMOMA, BlackStar Film Festival, and the Virginia Film Festival.


71 (2022)
Goat (2021)
Maciré (2020)
10:28,30 (2019)
Teef (2019)
DiviNation (2017)
I am (2017)
Transit (2017)