Lior Shamriz

Lior Shamriz was born in Ashkelon on the East Mediterranean, spent a decade in Berlin and now lives in California. Shamriz creates essayistic narrations that utilize cinema as performance and the cinematic languages as a process of reflexive documentation. A prolific filmmaker, churning out experimental shorts and two features, they channel the trickster spirit of […]

Margaret Crimmins

Margaret Crimmins is a NYC based sound designer/editor working primarily in historical, social and political documentaries.  Some of the films she has worked on include; This is Home-A Refugee Story, Letters from Baghdad, Hot Girls Wanted, How to Dance in Ohio,  Into the Amazon, Back on Board, American promise, The New Black, Soul Food Junkies, Semper […]

Ken Jacobs

Ken Jacobs: Born, 1933, Brooklyn, New York Studied painting with Hans Hofmann, 1956-57. Started making films, 1955 Created/Directed The Millennium Film Workshop, N.Y.C.1966-68; started the Dept.of Cinema at S.U.N.Y. at Binghamton, 1969; Professor of Cinema1974-2000; Distinguished Prof. of Cinema, 2000; Distinguished Prof. of Cinema Emeritus, 2002- “Optic Antics The Cinema of Ken Jacobs”, Edited by […]

Shontina Vernon

Shontina Vernon is a theatre artist/filmmaker/ musician/creative facilitator/ and educator. Her work champions the necessity of arts and culture to catalyze social change. As such, it has been recognized nationally and internationally for both its artistic merit and risk taking. Drawing from her belief that “If you can’t tell your own story honestly, then you […]

Shontina Vernon

Shontina Vernon is a theatre artist/filmmaker/ musician/creative facilitator/ and educator. Her work champions the necessity of arts and culture to catalyze social change. As such, it has been recognized nationally and internationally for both its artistic merit and risk taking. Drawing from her belief that “If you can’t tell your own story honestly, then you […]

Beth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle

Beth Stephens, Ph.D. has been a filmmaker, performance artist, activist and educator for three decades. Stephens is the Founding Director of E.A.R.T.H. Lab at UC Santa Cruz where she is the Department Chair and Professor of Art. In the last five years she has produced two new feature documentary films, and has shown many video […]

Beth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle

Beth Stephens, Ph.D. has been a filmmaker, performance artist, activist and educator for three decades. Stephens is the Founding Director of E.A.R.T.H. Lab at UC Santa Cruz where she is the Department Chair and Professor of Art. In the last five years she has produced two new feature documentary films, and has shown many video […]

Coleen Fitzgibbon

Coleen Fitzgibbon recently finished two documentaries, one on the nether-world installations of sculptor Johnathan Silver (Infidel in the Studio) and a canoe tour of superfund site in  Greenpoint, Brooklyn (Greenpoint 2017).  Fitzgibbon is in the 1980’s work of The Offices at the HirshHorn Museum’s current show Brand New and is currently working with Carolina Mandia […]

Coleen Fitzgibbon

Coleen Fitzgibbon recently finished two documentaries, one on the nether-world installations of sculptor Johnathan Silver (Infidel in the Studio) and a canoe tour of superfund site in  Greenpoint, Brooklyn (Greenpoint 2017).  Fitzgibbon is in the 1980’s work of The Offices at the HirshHorn Museum’s current show Brand New and is currently working with Carolina Mandia […]

John C. Adams

John is the owner and curator of the Feather and Bone Gallery in Appleton, WI. The gallery is nestled in the heart of The Draw, which is a creative space for artists to work and socialize. John created The Draw, which, in its entirety is home to a modern art gallery (Feather and Bone) as […]