MUDCAT FILMS EMPOWERS WRITERS, ACTORS, AND DIRECTORS ONE FRAME AT A TIME
Kiki Lambden Stout is a Director/Writer/Producer and the founder of Mudcat Films
Kiki Lambden Stout is a director/writer/producer and the founder of Mudcat Films. As a director, her first short Father’s Day screened at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival (World Premiere); Newport Beach Film Festival (2016); The Actors Studio Screening Series (2016), presented by Academy Award Winner Estelle Parsons, alongside Al Pacino’s Wild Salome and Forrest Whitaker’s Songs My Brother Taught Me.
In 2016, her work on Father’s Day garnered mentions in The Huffington Post, “11 Things We Learned From Women in Film This Year,” and “Short Films Are Too Hard To Access, But Too Important Not To Watch.”
Kiki’s writing credits include the upcoming shorts The Plural of Blood (2017) for Bond Street Pictures and Before and After the Flower Moon (2018).
Her producing credits include the ‘Untitled Rick Rodgers Project’ (2018); numerous shorts including Father’s Day (2016); For Spacious Sky (2014), Tribeca Film Festival, Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival, BFI London Film Festival, Dances with Films; Up Here (2015), AFI Directing Workshop for Women.
Kiki is a Lifetime Member of The Actors Studio and a former jury member of the Chelsea Film Festival. Education: Columbia University (SoA); The New School University (MFA); The University of Texas at Austin (BA Journalism); The Edit Center (Certified Program).