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Kent Moorhead Camera Reel

A list of the clips and credits can be found by scrolling down the page.

Kent Moorhead Editing Reel

A list of the clips and credits can be found by scrolling down the page.


Standing On My Sisters' Shoulders

Director of Photography - Kent Moorhead


Eight short clips from films with cinematography by Kent Moorhead, in both Sweden and the US.
1: What the Old Man Told Me - Cary Hudson music video. Directed by Thad Lee.
2: Me and My Kind: James Meredith's War. Documentary in production, WKNO-TV Memphis, TN. Co-directed by Pia Moorhead Törnberg and Kent Moorhead.
3: Free For All. Feature documentary. Directed by John Ennis. Produced by Richard Perez.
4: Rather Die Free Than Live A Slave. Short documentary. Co-directed by Pia Moorhead Törnberg and Kent Moorhead. Written by Pia Moorhead Törnberg.
5: Tjejer på stan: Kaysa. SVT documentary (Swedish TV). Directed by Eva Brenckert.
6: Pale in Your Shadow. Directed by Jim Gilmore. Produced by Tiffany Patrick. Edited by Jim Gilmore and Neil Novello.
7: Dory. Canadian TV drama. Directed by John Kozak.
8: Building Blocks. Mississippi Public Broadcasting documentary. Directed by Dan Klein & Ed Ellington.

Seven short clips from films edited by Kent Moorhead, in both Sweden and the US.
1: Fotbollsdoktorn. Directors - Nadia Dyberg & Pia Ulin. Broadcast on SVT - Swedish public TV in 2012.
2: Mississippi Remember WWII. Director - Kent Moorhead. Mississippi Public Broadcasting. 2008.
3: Kaysa: Tjejer på stan. Director - Eva Brenckert. Broadcast on SVT - Swedish public TV in 2009.
4: Adventures in Pizza. Director - Kent Moorhead. Sponsored Documentary for PMQ Magazine, 2004.
5: Rather Die Free Than Live A Slave. Directors - Pia Törnberg & Kent Moorhead. Documentary, 2014.
6: Radishes & Butter: Doing Business with the French. Director - Kent Moorhead. Educational Drama.
Distributed by Schoenhof Foreign Books.
7: Ole Miss at Oxford: Public Service Announcement advertising - narration by Morgan Freeman. Director - Kent Moorhead. National Broadcast NCAA College Football Games - 1998.

Kent Moorhead is an Editor
and a Cinematographer

Kent Moorhead was trained at the New York University Graduate Institute of Film & TV, completing his MFA in 1981. He subsequently worked as a freelance director/producer, cameraman and editor until he began his own company, Forever Young Productions, LLC in Mississippi in 1997. In 2005 he moved to Sweden, and now lives in Stockholm, while still frequently traveling back to the US to work. He does the camera work and editing for Passage Film projects, but also works for others. His work has shown on both SVT, Swedish television and on PBS in the US.

Software - equipment skills...

Kent Moorhead was trained as a 35mm & 16mm cameraman and has since learned many different HD cameras. He is also experienced with the Canon DSLR, which are not easy cameras to use. He edits with AVID, Final Cut Pro and can use Adobe After Effects, as well as advanced color correction tools, and sound programs.