Allison Bohl

Louisiana filmmaker Allison Bohl DeHart explores intimacy and legacy, often turning her camera on aging, idiosyncratic figures. Along with collaborator Conni Castille, Allison won New Orleans Film Festival awards for her work on the short-form documentaries “I Always Do My Collars First” and “Raised on Rice and Gravy”, two films that find beauty in the ordinary folkways of south Louisiana. “Bending Lines: The Sculpture of Robert Wiggs” is Allison’s first feature length doc which was also co-directed by her husband Peter DeHart.