Angelo Madsen Minax


Filmmaker Angelo Madsen Minax returns to his home town after the mysterious death of his two-year-old niece and the arrest of his brother-in-law as the culprit. Weaving the real and imagined links between death, incarceration, and trans embodiment, Madsen probes the family’s history of addiction and Mormonism to create a relentless portrait of enduring rural bonds.

Angelo Madsen Minax works in documentary and hybrid filmmaking, narrative cinema, experimental and essay film, sound and music performance, text, and media installation.