Meet Geoff Pepos, Filmmaker and Competitor in Art Montana Film Competition

February 13, 2015

Who are you and what’s your filmmaking background?

I am a Montana filmmaker– 4th generation Montanan. I had a feature film Some Body in a Sundance competition. It was the first feature film created and projected digitally in a Sundance competition. My PBS documentary as producer, editor and camera, was a segment in the Emmy award winning Natural Heroes series.

What are you working on right now?

I’m currently a recipient of a Montana Big Sky Grant from the Montana Film Office for my feature length documentary about Montana ceramics artists.

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Screenshot from “Dirt”

What do you want the audience to take away from your films?

Emotional connection to the story.

What’s your favorite story from filmmaking?

When that famous actor in my film washed dishes on set.

What is something bizarre about you?

I once played a whale on stage.


Follow Geoff’s career at The Audience Awards.

Vote for his film Dirt, competing in the Art Montana film competition. 

Be sure to visit to view more films by Geoff Pepos.

The Audience Awards is film’s social network connecting audiences to films, filmmakers, film schools and film festivals. The Audience Awards hosts short film competitions where the audience chooses the best films.


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