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Jim DeVault

Jim DeVault was born to Rex B. DeVault and Frances Sheegog on February 28, 1957 in Santa Monica, California. At the age of eight, his parents returned to their roots in Texas, and Jim was raised there from that time on. Showing an interest in art and photography from a very early age, it was only natural that he would eventually become a filmmaker... See full bio »

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 2012 Blood Reunion
 2010 The Fun Room (Video)
 2009 The Poet & Pepper (Video short)
 2008 Mr. Mannequin's Epiphany (Video short)
 2008 The Little Flying Thing (Video short)
 2008 The Sisters Four (Video)
 2007 A Grave Waiting (Video short)
 2006 The Practical Handout (Video short)
 2006 Tragedies for Children (Video)
 2006 Clox Without Hands (Video short)
 2005 2:08 (A Love Story) (Video short)
 2004 Helpline (Video short)
 2004 Embarrassing Moment #437 (Video short)
 1991 Closing the Circle (TV Movie documentary)
 1983 Cat's Eyes (Video short)
 1978 Doggie's Daydream (Video short)
 1977 The Black Rose (Video short)
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Other Works:

Book: "The Zhen Trilogy". Pixie With A Gun Press. ISBN-13: 978-1519337764 See more »

Alternate Names:

Brian Eip | Ashley R. Kullpepper | Ivan Moorblood


5' 11" (1.8 m)

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Many of his early films were lost in a flood in November of 1981. Four of his films were saved because prints were on deposit at the time with Filmmakers Coop in New York. There followed a period during which he concentrated on graphic arts and music composition, only sporadically venturing into film and video. He returned gradually to film production in 2002. See more »


Typically concludes his films with a quotation.

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