Peter Gerard's first documentary, "Out of Breath" â€“ made while he was a teenager in Missouri â€“ won the SOFA Film Festival Audience Award. He then founded the Bargain Basement Film Festival, a celebration of ultra-low-budget films. A multimedia visionary, he has made numerous short films, designed award-winning websites, and exhibited his photography in the US and Britain. Peter migrated to Scotland in 2000 and established Accidental Media to produce award-winning documentaries, fiction films, music videos and interactive media. Peter's recent cutting-edge graffiti-history documentary "Just to Get a Rep" received acclaim at festivals worldwide and is now being distributed internationally on DVD and broadcast. In the last year, Peter produced and edited "Fistful of Roses", which was pitched at Documentary in Europe, and "The Shutdown", which premiered in competition at Silverdocs and Edinburgh International Film Festival. Simultaneously he directed a short documentary commission for Scottish Documentary Institute, Scottish Screen and BBC Scotland. Heavily involved in the international documentary community, Peter is the webmaster for the online professional documentary community - The D-Word. Peter is currently developing a new distribution platform and also directing "Eat Songs" - an epic feature documentary pitched at the IDFA Forum about two filmmakers entangled in an African musician's incredible dream.