Kerthy Fix’s very first film credit was on the indie classic, Slacker. Her first television credit was on the PBS series Austin City Limits holding cue cards for Willie Nelson. More recently, she co-produced the six-part series, Flying: Confessions of a Free Woman with director Jennifer Fox for the Sundance Channel (2008). The series premiered at the IDFA Film Festival in Amsterdam as well as at Sundance, 2007. She also co-produced Hotel Gramercy Park (Tribeca Film Festival, 2008) with acclaimed filmmakers Douglas Keeve (Unzipped) and Wendy Ettinger (The War Room). She is currently directing her own doc about the band the Magnetic Fields (69 Love Songs) and writing a script about Christine Jorgensen, the first famous transexual, with Craig Harwood (Producer, Paternal Instinct).