Cath Gulick is a writer-director based in New York, focusing on character-driven drama features about outsiders. She wrote, produced, directed, photographed, and edited her first feature film, THE FEVER AND THE FRET, which went on to win awards at every festival it played, and was nominated by Film Threat for their 2019 Best Picture. THE FEVER AND THE FRET is now available on iTunes, Amazon, YouTube, and other major VOD platforms. Her previous short film world-premiered at the Slamdance Film Festival. After fleeing the Midwest, she got a degree in Latin from Oxford University, and then moved to New York City and worked every odd job available to pay for her filmmaking habit, from driving trucks and boats to managing burlesque shows to teaching pre-K. She now works as a stage manager for The Drilling Company, which produces Shakespeare in Bryant Park and Shakespeare in the Parking Lot. She studied acting and directing with Tony Spiridakis and at the Mary T. Boyer Studio; and currently studies writing with Roadmap Writers.
QUOTES & PRESS
"I suspect this dark, immersive, and disturbing exercise is just the beginning of a beautiful filmmaking career."
FELIPE FREITAS, FILM THREAT
"Every minute of this film is powerful."
RAQUEL STETCHER, QUELLE MOVIES
"The Fever and The Fret' is cinema in its purest form".
CHARLES TRAPUNSKI, BRIEF TAKE