Gibson Frazier co-wrote, produced, and starred in MAN OF THE CENTURY, which won the Audience Award at the Slamdance Film Festival and was cited by the National Board of Review for Excellence in Independent Filmmaking.
He is halfway through his 10-film short film series centered on the silent character of Felix. All the films take place today and are set in New York City, but each is inspired by a different country. He made his film directorial debut with YELLOW, the first film in the series. Inspired by the Running of the Bulls, YELLOW premiered on Channel 13, New York’s PBS affiliate. He is completing post-production on FELIX'S RHAPSODY, where Felix performs Hungarian folk dancing.
Gibson was an invited participant in Werner Herzog's second Rogue Film School.
Gibson is developing the indie rock movie musical FLOATING UNDERGROUND, a contemporary adaptation of CYRANO DE BERGERAC set in the indie art scene of New York City. He is currently set to direct KILL ME ALL YOU WANT, an independent thriller he co-wrote with Mark Shanahan about a hitman who falls in love with the woman he is supposed to kill. KILL ME ALL YOU WANT is currently raising financing and is on track to begin principal photography next year.