Ingrid

Ingrid

A film by Morrisa Maltz | 2019 | 51 minutes

INGRID is an intimate look at a woman who left her life as a successful fashion designer and mother in Texas to become a reclusive hermit, immersed in nature, focused solely on creating art.


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“INGRID gently unravels Gipson’s life in exquisite detail through stunning cinematography and carefully composed shots which showcase the elements of artistic and rural work that make up Gipson’s world.”
— Independent Magazine

“A lyrical, poetic ode to its subject, 74-year-old artist Ingrid Gipson, INGRID transcends mere portraiture and involves the viewer in an act of cinematic intimacy that is as metaphysically profound as it is visually beautiful.”
— Hammer to Nail

“At just under an hour, Maltz finds the perfect length to tell Ingrid’s story, neither overstaying her welcome nor leaving us with too many questions. INGRID is an intimate and fascinating portrait of an equally fascinating person, one that in many ways we might strive to be.”
— Screen Anarchy