Narcel Reedus

Charlotte, North Carolina, United States


Born in Gary, Indiana, Narcel G. Reedus is a writer, director, independent filmmaker and media artist. He won a Peabody award for his writing on the NPR radio documentary Will the Circle Be Unbroken. He has also won national awards for his dramatic short films For Colored Boys Who’ve Considered Homicide, Race Juice: An Elixir for the Soul, Waddie Welcome and The Fight. His films have screened at the Lincoln Center in New York, on PBS, in Los Angeles, Miami, Houston, Austin, Chicago, Atlanta and in international film festivals in Rotterdam, Bermuda, Milan and Berlin. Narcel earned his MFA in Film and Media Arts from Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and currently teaches at the Art Institute of Charlotte. He is producing and directing Not Home: A documentary about kids living in nursing facilities.