Alistair Banks Griffin
After receiving a BA at Rhode Island School of Design, Alistair Banks Griffin directed the short film, Gauge, which premiered at the 2008 New York Film Festival. In 2009, he received a Cinereach grant for his first feature film, Two Gates of Sleep, which premiered at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival and won grand prize at CPH:PIX. After residencies at Berlinale and winning the San Francisco Hearst Screenwriting Prize for his script Snow The Jones, Griffin directed his Sundance Lab–supported second feature, The Wolf Hour, starring Naomi Watts.
- Alistair Banks Griffin - Wolf Hour Interview w/ Filmmaker Mag
- Alistair Banks Griffin - Two Gates of Sleep Interview w/ Filmatique
- Alistair Banks Griffin - Essay on Two Gates of Sleep w/ Filmatique