Cambria Matlow

Woodsrider Films

Cambria Matlow is an Oregon-based film director, writer and editor.  Her moody, atmospheric work seeks meaning in stillness, intimacy and relationship to landscape.

Her latest film WOODSRIDER (2017), an immersive portrait of a female snowboarder on Mt Hood, was awarded Best Experimental Feature at its premiere in Santa Cruz.  BURNING IN THE SUN (2010) was selected for IFP’s Documentary Lab and Independent Film Week, broadcast on Al Jazeera and PBS, and seen in festivals worldwide.

In 2016 she received the inaugural Oregon Film/PLAYA screenwriting residency to write a feature script about teenage Mexican sisters set in the high desert of 1855.  Previous grants and residencies include LEF Foundation, Brooklyn Arts Council, Experimental Television Center, Puffin Foundation, and NW Documentary.