Anthony D. Frederick was born in Muncie, Indiana. After three years of winter in the Ukraine, he migrated to Thailand for the weather. There he grazed for ten years, learning the spice of the chiles, the flow of the traffic, the dance of drunk karaoke, the art of massage, and the intoxicating effect of red hair. He drove a motorcycle naked, on the highway. He sneaked across the Burmese border by nightfall, taught English at a camp of displaced ethnic minorities, and failed miserably at picking up any of their local dialects.
Anthony D. Frederick is a director and screenwriter, documentary filmmaker, and a magical realist. He believes the process must outweigh the end product, every time, that life necessitates grace, and that Love is the most powerful force in the universe.
Unique traits: I don't believe in Desert Island Movies.
Los Angeles Film Studies Center