Clay Walker (filmmaker)

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Clay Walker (born March 15, 1968 in Memphis, Tennessee) is an American filmmaker.

In 1992, Walker produced, directed, photographed and edited the PBS documentary Post No Bills on Los Angeles "guerrilla" satirical political poster artist Robbie Conal. Post No Bills received a Silver Hugo at the 1992 Chicago International Film Festival. Post No Bills was exhibited on PBS from 1993 – 1996 and was the first completed broadcast-hour ITVS-funded project in history.

Walker's interactive documentary on the Squirrel Nut Zippers enhanced audio CD Perennial Favorites was described by CNN Interactive as "Clay Walker's Sistine Chapel."

Walker's recent film The Cole Nobody Knows, a documentary film on jazz musician Freddy Cole, has been featured in over 30 international film festivals and awarded the Cine Golden Eagle Award.

Walker has a degree in Film & TV Production from the School of Cinema & Television at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. Walker operates the film production company Plan B Productions.

Clay Walker was named "best local filmmaker" for 2006 by the readers of Atlanta's Creative Loafing newspaper.

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