Alison Murray is a Canadian director of films, documentaries and music videos.
Murray's films show her interest in subcultures. In her dramatic feature Mouth to Mouth, a teenager who runs away from home and ends up in a European youth cult. Train on the Brain chronicles the lives of teenage hobos. Carny looks into the private lives of carnival workers.
Murray has a number of short films to her credit, including "Aeroplane Man", "Marissa Carnesky's Jewess Tatooess", "Bloody Mess", "Teenage Rampage", "Bare Feet and Crazy Legs", "Wank Stallions", "Pantyhead", "Sleezeburger", and "Kissy Suzuki Suck".
Murray is also a dancer and teacher of Argentine tango.
- Train on the Brain on IMDb
- Train on the Brain on Vimeo
- Mouth to Mouth on IMDb
- Filmmaker Magazine interview
- Alison Murray: The Hellhound
- Video on YouTube
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