Laura Paglin

Laura Paglin began filmmaking at the age of fourteen in her hometown of Portland, Oregon. Along with some neighborhood friends and a wind-up regular eight camera, she created a five-minute Lego animation called Lego Trek-a take-off on Star Trek. Other short films and animations followed.

Paglin's love of music led her to the Cleveland Institute of Music where she completed a Masters Degree in Piano Performance. Following graduate school, she supported herself by teaching piano. In keeping with her musical interests, she produced and directed a documentary called Men, Women, Angels and Harps, co hosted by pianist/composer Bill Marx (son of Harpo Marx), which chronicles the history of the harp. The documentary has aired on various PBS stations and is being distributed by Cinema Guild, a worldwide educational distributor based in New York.

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