Underground Film Journal

Bill Brown

Bill Brown is an American experimental documentary filmmaker originally hailing from Lubbock, Texas although his films are usually about his nomadic travels around North America, from the Trans-Canada Highway to nuclear missile silos in North Dakota to the streets of Chicago. He also self-publishes the zine Dream Whip, has written the novel Saugus to the Sea and does live multimedia performances called Time Machine with fellow filmmaker Sabine Gruffat.

Learn more about this filmmaker at his official website.

Watch Streaming Films By Bill Brown:


Memorial Land (2012)
Chicago Corner (2010)
The Other Side (2006)
Mountain State (2003)
Confederation Park (1999)
Buffalo Common (2001)
Hub City (1996)
Roswell (1994)


Kickstarter: Orbit(Film)

Orbit(Film), the space-themed anthology of underground short films, is raising funds on Kickstarter for a national theatrical distribution run later this year. If you wish to donate to this project, please visit its Kickstarter page. Produced by Mike Plante and Mark Elijah Rosenberg, Orbit(Film) is a collection of 13 short films that seeks to paint […]