Edward Folger was born in New York City and studied Physics and Literature at Columbia University. He began making independent films in the mid-sixties and apprenticed with Alain Resnais, John Cassavetes, Milos Forman, and others. After writing and directing the feature Nanook Taxi for PBS in 1978, he moved to Baffin Island to work in video with the Inuit. He now lives in Ottawa, Ontario, and is on the board of the SAW Video Centre for Media Arts. His work was recently on exhibit in “H2O: Films on Water” at Great River Arts in Bellows Falls, VT.