Chairperson & Founder
Kilo Foxtrot Films
Kim Furst is an award winning director and documentary film editor with credits including Discovery Channel’s Rocket Challenge, the popular aviation documentary One Six Right, Wings Over the Rockies, starring Harrison Ford and the PBS series The Horsemen Cometh.
She has produced and directed behind the scenes documentaries for half a dozen American studio features, including Tom Cruise and J.J. Abrams’ Mission Impossible: III - for which she earned Paramount Pictures a Golden Satellite Award, the "special features content" industry’s highest award.
Her recent film "Flying the Feathered Edge: The Bob Hoover Project" (2015) was listed by FLYING Magazine listed as one of the top 16 aviation films of all time, along with Top Gun, The Right Stuff, and Apollo 13. Kim has received the Combs/Gates Award ($20,000 filmmaker grant) from the National Aviation Hall of Fame, the Karen Black Award for her narrative short "The Citation," and IFQ's "Best Music Video" for "Hollow" for Beck's sister Alyssa Suede.
Her upcoming feature documentary "Living After Midnight: Rock and Roll Fantasy Camp" features Roger Daltrey, Gene Simmons, Sammy Hagar, Judas Priest and Nancy Wilson, and explores a cultural phenomenon that has been going on in Los Angeles, New York and other cities for 21 years.