Cecil B Feeder

Website: http://www.cecilbfeeder.com
Director | San Francisco , USA

Awarded the Certificate of Honor from the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, The Award of Excellence at the Alice Film Festival, and best short in The Full Moon Film Festival, Cecil B. Feeder is best known for "OUR LADY OF TAMALE", a heartfelt and colorful documentary about Virginia Ramos, The Tamale Lady SF. This innovative filmmaker creates colorful and distinct movies that delight viewers world wide. His movies have been featured in Germany, Switzerland, UK, Denmark, Croatia, Czech Republic, and the US.


Born in Berkeley, and raised by a play write, Cecil B. Feeder was exposed to performance and film at an early age. He gravitated towards music and after graduating Humboldt State University with a BA in Technology in the Arts, he moved to San Francisco to pursue his creative career. In 2004 he created the documentary “Our Lady of Tamale”. He has been involved with many projects since then including a documentary about the Giant Catfish of Thailand, the kung-fu zombie movie “Meter Maid Me Massacre” , and has created many music videos for various musical groups. In 2006, he received the Certificate of Honor from the San Francisco Board of Supervisors for his contributions to the film and music community of San Francisco. Feeder was again honored with the Award of Excellence from the Alice Film Festival in 2008. He is currently seeking funding for a documentary on the group Engineers Without Borders and their project improving the living conditions in the remote village of Yanayo, Bolivia.

Additional Details

Cecil B. Feeder has worked on many music videos, short films, educational videos and commercials in San Fransisco, LA, and Berlin. His titles have ranged from Director, Assistant Director, Director of Photography, Lighting Designer, Editor, Sound Engineer and more.


Award of Excellence from Alice Film Festival 2008

Best Short in Full Moon Festival 2008

Certificate of Honor from the San Francisco Board of Supervisors 2006

Documentaries by Cecil

Genre: Indigenous cultures, Bolivia
Welcome To Yanayo Follow Engineers Without Borders to the remote Andes of Bolivia. View project