The Strangest House in the World

Documentary, 9 minutes, 2010

Co-Director, Editor, Director of Photography

Known for its peculiarities, Korner’s Folly was built by artist and advertising pioneer, Jule Korner, as a way for him to present his talent as an interior decorator to the public. The whimisical Victorian mansion became a center where art, culture, and the finer things of life were shared with the community.

Produced and directed by Kim Dryden and Brenton Richardson in conjunction with the Documentary Film Program at Wake Forest University.

• Winner, Best Short Documentary, 2011 Reynolda Film Festival

 

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