The powerful connection of Story, Art, and Music inspires Lisa Gerstner's interest in film. Known for engaging and inspiring work, she is a producer, director, writer, composer and artist.
Lisa produces documentaries, artistic educational and promotional videos, and is currently developing a feature-length drama - Cry of the Thunderbird.
Recently released is an International award-winning documentary about Crow artist, Earl Biss. The feature length movie is represented by House of Film and distributed by Kaczmarek Digital Media Group.
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Lisa Gerstner is a published author and an emerging screenwriter.
Prominent Native American Artist, Earl Biss, asked Lisa Gerstner to write his authorized biography. They worked together in 1994 through 1995. Biss passed away unexpectedly in 1998.
An International award-winning book, Experiences with Earl Biss, The Spirit Who Walks Among His People was initially released at Santa Fe Indian Market in August 2018. This dynamic, heart moving story recounts Earl's life in his own words, reflects culture and history relayed by people of the Crow Nation, and gives insights from Art collectors who value his work.
An award winning composer, Lisa creates Music for film, choir, instrumentals ensembles, piano and more.
Classically trained as a youth, Lisa began composing when she started hearing music in her dreams.
Most recently, Lisa composes music for film and video.
Creative interests began with a strong foundation in Fine Art. Lisa draws on the invisible worlds to paint the visible. She often explores the relationship between sound and light; music and art. One media empowers the other.
Lisa began drawing as soon as she could crawl. She obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts with a concentration in painting, and a Master of Science in Education Media Design and Technology. She has experience in art administration, art education, commercial art, and is a Fine Artist.