Kellen Frost is an independent filmmaker out of Edmonton Alberta. He grew up working in the public arts in Edmonton before moving to Vancouver to pursue film. He studied Motion Picture Production at Capilano University and acting at the Vancouver Academy of Dramatic Arts, as well as dance and improv. After gaining experience in Vancouver he decided to move back to Edmonton where he could be close to family while working on his own independent film projects. He wrote directed and produced a 44 minute horror film called Zero (nominated for 3 Ampia awards), a number of dance music videos and has kept active working in the public arts community. His work as been shown at the Art Gallery of Alberta, he recently curated a public art photography exhibit called Art in the Alley off of 104th street, downtown for the City of Edmonton and most recently he completed his second film called Indra’s Awakening which premiered at the Edmonton International Film Festival winning the Audience Choice Award for Best Alberta Dramatic Short. He looks forward to reaching an international film festival audience with Indra’s Awakening and is now in the early writing and development stages of his first feature film.

Kellen Frost is an independent filmmaker out of Edmonton Alberta. He grew up working in the public arts in Edmonton before moving to Vancouver to pursue film. He studied Motion Picture Production at Capilano University and acting at the Vancouver Academy of Dramatic Arts, as well as dance and improv. After gaining experience in Vancouver he decided to move back to Edmonton where he could be close to family while working on his own independent film projects. He wrote directed and produced a 44 minute horror film called Zero (nominated for 3 Ampia awards), a number of dance music videos and has kept active working in the public arts community. His work as been shown at the Art Gallery of Alberta, he recently curated a public art photography exhibit called Art in the Alley off of 104th street, downtown for the City of Edmonton and most recently he completed his second film called Indra’s Awakening which premiered at the Edmonton International Film Festival winning the Audience Choice Award for Best Alberta Dramatic Short. He looks forward to reaching an international film festival audience with Indra’s Awakening and is now in the early writing and development stages of his first feature film.