Kirsten Larvick is a documentary filmmaker, archivist, and collector. As a filmmaker, Kirsten’s own work is based in the rediscovery of obscured histories that examine identity, roots, community, myth, and
mortality. Documentary features in which she has served in editorial, producing and outreach roles include LOOK AT US NOW MOTHER; SINGERS IN THE BAND; BETTIE PAGE REVEALS ALL, among
others. Her efforts as an archivist include advocating for the preservation and access to independent documentary arts. She is the founder and executive director of the Al Larvick Fund, a grant-making and
story sharing nonprofit, which conserves and makes available analog home movies and regional films. Additionally, Kirsten co-chairs the Women’s Film Preservation Fund’s Steering Committee and serves on its Awards Selection Committee. It is the only fund of its kind that preserves women made films through film preservation. Kirsten consults on documentary preservation and archiving projects and produces documentary restorations.