• Media Monsters screens A Message From the Magpie

    A Message From the Magpie will be screened as part of Media Monsters, curated by Nicole Elaine Baker Peterson as part of the program "No Future, New Future" on Twitch.TV, Thursday November 4th at 11pm EDT Media Monsters

  • Hypnotic Suggestions: Recent Works by the AgX Film Collective with Live Sound for Film at Leventhal Park

    I am performing live sound for film with Rachel Lieberman, Susan DeLeo and Stefan Grabowski, at Leventhal Park (Post Office Square) in downtown Boston on August 14th 2021. The program will open with a short musical overture, followed by a section of complete single and two-channel works on film and video. Part three brings together silent works, both in-progress and finished, all reimagined with a live improvised musical accompaniment. Within this section are three rolls from our collaborative “Exquisite Corpse” film project. This outdoor performance is Co-presented at Non-Event and organization that supports and fosters the experimental music community in Greater Boston. Bringing together single and double 16mm projections, single-channel video and live sound, this program showcases a range of formal approaches and interests pursued by AgX members over the last several years. Hypnotic Suggestions Live Sound and Film

  • A Message From the Magpie at BIENNALE WRO

    A Message From the Magpie has been selected for the 2021 WRO Media Biennale in a international exhibition across multiple sites in Warsaw, Poland. "The WRO Media Art Biennale is the major forum for new media art in Poland, and one of the leading international art events in Central Europe. Since its inception in 1989, WRO has been presenting art forms created using new media for artistic expression and communication, exploring current creative territories and building a critical perspective toward emerging issues in art, technology and society." A link to the artist page is here.

  • Backyard at Saint Rose is screening at the Chicago Underground Film Festival

    For the Midwest Premiere of my recent 16mm Film - Virtual screening and Video statement are available at the CUFF website: Screening
    CUFF Shorts Program 2

  • Backyard on Saint Rose selected for Analogica Film Festival in Bolzano and Rome Italy

    ANALOGICA is a platform for the investigation and dissemination of analog practices in visual and sonic experiments. Analogica Program 10

  • Backyard at Saint Rose screening at the Engauge Film Festival, Northwest Film Forum

    My Recent 16mm with be screening in a program of shorts titled "Lumen" in an online festival co-sponsored by the Interbay Cinema Society and the Northwest Film Forum. Engauge Film Festival

  • Area Code: Drive In Show of Boston Area Artists, August 14th 2020

    This event was held at the O'Keefe Sports Complex, Salem State University (Salem, MA) on Friday, August 14, 8:30 - 10:00PM. The night presented a 115 minute screening of experimental new works by a variety of regional media and video artists and a selection of six independent light projections. Curated by Leonie Bradbury.
    Drive-IN

  • Toward the Flame in Best of Chicago Underground Film Festival, virtual program

    From July 28th – August 28th Chicago Underground Film Festival will present a “Best of CUFF” virtual festival featuring many past CUFF award winners. This juicy line-up will give long time CUFF attendees an opportunity to revisit some of our all-time favorites, while also giving first time attendees a glimpse of “la creme de la creme” (films that were hits with previous audiences and juries…) Toward the Flame was screened in May 2015 and received an Honorable Mention award! Toward the Flame at CUFF Best of

  • Toxic Red Sludge at New Media Festival 2020, Curated by Wilfried Agricola de Cologne

    A Touring program at multiple international locations including Torrance Art Museum in Los Angeles and Institut für Alles Mögliche in Berlin Germany, July and August 2020. Curated by Wilfried Agricola de Cologne Media Fest 2020

  • Backyard on Saint Rose selected for the Salem Film Festival

    My recent 16mm personal doc will be shown in the Local Shorts program at the 2020 Salem Film Festival Personal Stories at the Salem Film Fest

  • Then, What if?... includes 3 sound art works

    THEN, WHAT IF? has been curated by Gene Gort and Ken Steen for New Media, New Work, New England from an international call for entries and includes seasoned veterans and young producers. It is a collection of 60 video clips and 60 sound compositions that are 60 seconds in duration each, and are paired randomly using a Cageian model of indeterminacy with 3600 potential variations. A project for New Media, New Work, New England. My audio works - Riptide, Airlock, Symptomatic are included. Then, What If?

  • Toxic Red Sludge - in WOW 26 Kolkata, India

    On September 7th 2019 as part of "Contaminated Progress" Exhibition, curated by
    Wilfried Agricola de Cologne and the The New Museum of Networked Art. Shown in conjunction with the Culture Monks Harvesting Plastics show in Kolkata, India. wow.engad.org/wow-26-india-7-0/

  • 137 Bullets selected by Flex Fest, screens February 7th 2019

    Florida Experimental Film Festival is Florida’s only film festival devoted to works of avant-garde/experimental/underground cinema. In addition to the annual festival, which takes place every February, they program events and screenings year round in Tampa, FL as well as occasional touring programs of work from the annual festival. FLEX

  • My Earth's Eye screens at Engauge Film Festival - Northwest Film Forum

    As part of the Interbay Cinema Society, Engauge will screen only films that originated on film. Over the course of three evenings, we’ll explore artist-made work created by filmmakers both locally and internationally based, including two expanded cinema projector performances featuring live scores. My Earth's Eye screened in the opening program called "Aura of Uncertainty" on November 8th 2018.
    Engauge

  • 137 Bullets Screens In Paris at the Curry Vavart

    In a program called Le Shakirail - part of a series presented by an artist collective run art space. Curated by Derek Woolfenden - September 2018. Curry Vavart

  • First Light on South Street screens in Athens Greece

    As part Pugnant Film series on September 14,15 2018.The program is called "Fuck Narration" and includes 134 films (129 short films and five features) from all over the world. Most of them are screening in Greece for the first time. From the Programmers "Making the program of this festival we stand against the common queries: “what does the director want to say?”, “which is the meaning of the film?”. Queries interrelated with the linear narrative which has been imposed by the film industry. In a different mood we chose films that treat film narrative in a more open-minded way. Films that doesn't aim to tell you something, but speak directly, films that haven't got some hidden meaning but are the meaning themselves. At the same time these films don't set limits on their viewing /viewer. They respect their spectators and don’t put them in the unequal position of decoding."
    Pugnant Film Series

  • My Earth's Eye at Sleeping Giant Film festival

    In a program curated by Brittany Gravely of films from the AgX collective on March 26th 2018. Sleeping Giant

  • My Earth's Eye Screening at the Echo Park Film Center in Los Angeles

    As part of a curated event by Stefan Grabowski and Gen Carmel of AGX in February 2018. Echo Park Film Center

  • Porcine Dilemma at Collective Misnomer in Denver Colorado

    Exhibited in a program called "The Way Things Are. The Way They are Going to Be (part 2). A screening addressing how our current culture will define and limit the futures available to us, in the Dikeou Main Space in Denver Colorado on January 16th 2018.
    Collective Misnomer

  • 137 Bullets selected for the Ji'hlava International Documentary Festival in Czechoslovakia

    Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival is a celebration of creative documentary cinema and has long been recognized as the largest event of its kind in Central and Eastern Europe. 137 Bullets is programmed in "Short Joy" that presents a competition selection of the best documentary shorts – consummate works exploring the possibilities and strengths of documentary film within a limited time framework, and it screened in October 2017 Ji'hlava

  • My Earth's Eye at Coop Microcinema in Nashville

    The Coop Microcinema Saturday, September 16th
    7-9pm 2017 in the Elephant Gallery, 1411 Buchanan Street, Nashville.
    Coop and Elephant Gallery are proud to present their first competitive experimental/art film festival. Short experimental, narrative, and documentary films were selected from independent film/video artists from around the world. Coop Microcinema

  • Backyard Pool Day will screen in Rhodes Greece at the 5th Anapoda Performing Arts Festival

    The Anapoda Research Theater organizes the annual Performing Arts Festival at the D'Amboise Gate and Geni Hamam in Rhodes from 6 to 10 September 2017 Anaponda Festival

  • 137 Bullets selected for - Festival des Cinémas Différents et Expérimentaux de Paris, Collectif Jeune Cinema, Cinéma le Grand Action, Paris France, October 2017

    Now in it's 19th year and run by the Collectif Jeune Cinema, 137 Bullets will be screened at Cinéma le Grand Action, in Paris France, October 2017. Festival des Cinémas Différents et Expérimentaux

  • 137 Bullets exhibiting at the WRO Media Biennale in Warsaw Poland

    As part of the exhibit WRO 2017 BIENNALE: DRAFT SYSTEMS, 137 Bullets was one of 97 artist's works selected from over 1300 entries to participate in the forthcoming Biennale at the WRO Art Center WRO Media Biennale

  • My Earth's Eye selected by New Filmmakers New York for the Spring Series

    The NewFilmmakers Screening Series selects films and videos often overlooked by traditional film festivals. NewFilmmakers NY screens every week and sometimes more at Anthology Film Archive. The NewFilmmakers Series began in 1998. My Earth's Eye screens on Wednesday March 24 at the Courthouse Theatre at 7pm. New Filmmakers NY

  • My Earth's Eye selected by the Athens International Film Festival

    The Athens International Film and Video Festival was founded in 1974, and since then has presented independent films from around the world. My Earth's Eye will be screening in a program called "The Wilderness" on Tuesday April 4th at the Athena Cinema. Athens Film Festival

  • My Earth's Eye screens at the Big Muddy Film Festival

    The Big Muddy Film Festival, housed within the Cinema & Photography Department at Southern Illinois University Carbondale has become one of the best-respected, wholly independent, community-focused film festivals. In its 39th year, Big Muddy is among the oldest student-organized film festivals in the United States. My Earth's Eye will be shown in a program of Experimental Environmental Films on February 24th 2017 Big Muddy

  • My Earth's Eye screening at the $100 Film Festival

    The $100 Film Festival is one of only a handful of festivals worldwide that exhibit exclusively on small-format celluloid. Part of select few that continue to keep this unique medium alive, and to draw celluloid lovers to Calgary each year. Part of the Calgary Society of Independent Filmmakers. $100 Film Festival

  • Not Clear Cut to screen in Collective Misnomer's exhibit "Culture of the Cloaked"

    Culture of the Cloaked addresses what it means to desire to remove or cover what makes one uncomfortable or gives the appearance of a delinquent society and the ramifications that emerge from those desires. Screening at the Dikeou Pop-Up February 24th 2017 Collective Misnomer

  • 137 Bullets selected to screen at DocYard

    Paired with OJ: MADE IN AMERICA, 137 Bullets will screen at the Brattle Theatre as part of the DocYard Series on January 29th and 30th. DocYard 2017 Season

  • Repurposed Web Reports exhibited at Lunder Arts Center

    As part of the show, Video Dimensions, 4 works from the Repurposed Web Reports Series - Waterboarding D.C., The Porcine Dilemma, Toward the Flame and 137 Bullets will be exhibited in the Atrium Gallery at the Lunder Arts Center, Lesley University from February 22nd to March 2nd 2017. Lunder Arts Center

  • My Earth's Eye earns Directors Choice Award at the Black Maria Film Festival

    The Black Maria Film Festival has a long track record of commitment to short works. It encourages and seeks creative, insightful, and/or sensitive, free spirited, expressive, experimental, poetic works or an otherwise genuine approach to the material or subject. Works of interest to the Festival might be revealing documentaries or whimsical in nature, or passionately avant garde or poignant, thoughtful or incisive BUT all genres are welcome. The intent is to recognize, exhibit and reward uncommon work. Black Maria

  • My Earth's Eye - Festival Premiere at Antimatter

    Antimatter is dedicated to the exhibition and nurturing of diverse forms of media art, and is one of the premier showcases of experimentation in film, video, audio and emerging timebased forms. Encompassing screenings, installations, performances and media hybrids, Antimatter provides a noncompetitive setting in Victoria, British Columbia, free from commercial and industry agendas. Since 1998, the quality and creativity of its programming, commitment to audience development, and respect for artists and their work have made Antimatter one of the most important media arts events in Canada, and the world. The 19th annual Antimatter runs October 14 to 29, 2016. Antimatter

  • My Earth's Eye in Exposure at the Kopernik Observatory

    Screening on September 30 in EXPOSURE a Short Film Event curated by Tomonari Nishikawa, an internationally known filmmaker on the faculty in the Binghamton University Cinema Department. The program includes images of the moon and other astronomical objects, captured and edited through artistic vision and experimentation, and consisting of 16mm films and digital videos by contemporary artists. EXPOSURE

  • Waterboarding DC presented at Cinesonika 5

    This semi-annual event showcases international works of film and video with fascinating soundtracks, idiosyncratic sound design, eclectic scoring and innovative approaches to the sound-image relationship. The CINESONIKA 5 Festival and Conference: Sept 30th-Oct 2nd 2016 at Ball State University, Muncie Indiana. Cinesonika 5

  • The Porcine Dilemma at the International Society of Electronic Arts in Hong Kong

    This year's ISEA conference is dedicated to the theme of Cultural Revolution. The Porcine Dilemma was selected from 700 submissions and was among 140 artists chosen for a juried exhibition. It screened at the City University of Hong Kong at the Run Run Shaw Creative Media Centre. ISEA 2016

  • Fallout in Reclaiming-Remaking exhibit at Tipton Gallery in Johnson City Tennesee

    “Reclaiming—Remaking” features ten artists from around the United States whose work in various media addresses issues of our changing climate. Curated by Lyn Govette Tipton Gallery at ETSU

  • Wander, Wonder, Wilderness selected as a semifinalist in the G2 Green Earth Film Festival in Venice California

    The G2 Green Earth Film Festival is a place for filmmakers of all experience levels—from seasoned industry professionals to passionate students— to come together and share, screen and discuss their eco-conscious films with likeminded individuals. Semifinalists where selected as the top 10% of entries received. G2

  • Backyard Pool Day Premiere's at Festival Images Contre Nature in Marseille, France

    Now in it's 16th year, a festival dedicated to alternative vision, screening in the animation young audience program. P'Silo

  • Fallout at Torrance Art Museum in Los Angeles

    As part of Never More! Hiroshima- Fukushima and the
    Collective Trauma Film Collections running from April 2nd to May 28th 2016. CologneOFF 2016 USA

  • Fallout selected for Never More! – Hiroshima-Fukushima

    As part of Collective Trauma Film Collections exploring the topic of the nuclear disasters of Hiroshima and/or Fukushima and the perspectives for mankind. The 70th anniversary of the bombing Hiroshima and Nagasaki is an opportunity to consider stop using nuclear power in light of its disastrous effects on human existence, part of a larger appeal for Peace and the renouncement of violence for resolving international conflicts. Hiroshima and Fukushima are representing symbols that it is not yet too late to rethink and stop and give mankind and humanity a chance to survive. Directed & curated by Wilfried Agricola de Cologne as part of Art Video Cologne. This series will be touring and premieres at the Carnival of Creativity in Shillong India February 2016 Never More!

  • Wander, Wonder, Wilderness Screens at KLEFF

    The international Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival is Malaysia’s first and longest-running environmental film festival. In the last seven years, the Festival has reached out to approximately 80,000 Malaysians through its film screenings and programs at selected venues all over the Peninsula. WWW was screened at Publika on October 18th 2015 KLEFF

  • Strange Beauty Film Festival screens Toward the Flame

    The sixth annual Strange Beauty Film Festival was held October 22-24, 2015 at Shadowbox Studio in Durham, North Carolina. Over 45 short films & audio pieces were screened. Strange Beauty

  • Toward the Flame at P'Silo Marseilles, France - Images Contre Nature

    Now in it's 15th year, the Festival Images Contre Nature will be screening Vers La Flamme at the Videodrome in Marseilles France on July 10th. More info and a trailer here:P'Silo Program "Long"

  • Toward the Flame at Mykonos Biennale in Greece

    The theme the Mykonos Biennale in Greece is "Antidote". Toward the Flame is an official selection of the Video Graffiti program and will be shown throughout the old town of Mykonos, famous for its white building and thus often called the bride of the Aegean, videos will be projected on the walls of houses and gardens transforming this town that never sleeps into a living theatre of video graffiti. Mykonos Biennale

  • Windows onto Montebello Road, First Light on South Street, and Footprints in the Snow at Montserrat College of Art and Design.

    As part of a 4 day screening of New England Film artists in a program called Xubdued Light June 15th through the 18th curated by Ethan Berry.

  • Toward the Flame selected for Basement Media Festival

    The Basement Media Festival is an annual traveling screening event showcasing contemporary low fidelity moving image works. Screenings include Spectacle Theater in Brooklyn, VideoFag in Toronto, The Crown in Baltimore. Basement Media

  • Toward the Flame screens at the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum

    As part of a video exhibition in Flagler Beach Florida at the Flagler College. Co-curated by by Kevin Mahoney (Flagler College, BFA 2014), Patrick Moser (Professor of Art), and Julie Dickover (CEAM’s Director), "Jacket" was organized as a follow up to Capture (2013). The works included in "Jacket" expose the commonalities as well as disparate ideas and methods found within contemporary video practice around the world. Jacket Video

  • Toward the Flame screening at WUFF

    The Winnipeg Underground Film Festival is an annual showcase for contemporary experimental film + video, presented by Open City Cinema in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Part of OCC's ongoing film screening series, the 2015 festival will take place from June 5, to the 7th in a program called Celestial Bodies. WUFF

  • VideoEX - International Experimental Film and Video Festival in Zurich Switzerland selects Toward the Flame

    The purpose of the VIDEOEX festival is to promote video and experimental film works, in both international and swiss competitions. The screenings are at Kunstraum Walcheturm Cinema Z3 in Zurich, Switzerland, May 23-31st 2015. Toward the Flame is in a program called Precarious Grounds - Unstable Boundaries: VideoEX

  • Vers La Flamme (Toward the Flame) - Le Festival de films underground de Montréal

    MUFF celebrates and promotes low-budget filmmakers who challenge the limitations of mainstream cinema, making the world a more exciting, engaging place to live.
    The festival showcases inventive filmmaking that pushes the boundaries of independent film and encourages experimental work that is radical, visionary, subversive. On Friday May 21,11.30pm at the MICROCINEMA [être] in a program called Midnight Dread curated by Programmer Mario DeGiglio-Bellemare
    MUFF15

  • Toward the Flame at the CUFF

    The Chicago Underground Film Festival, the longest running underground film festival in the world, is an annual event showcasing independent, experimental and documentary films from around the globe. Toward the Flame will be screening at the Logan Theatre on Sunday May 17th at 2pm in a program called: SHORTS 10: proud of his scientific attitude, Curated by Emily Oscarson. CUFF

  • Wander, Wonder, Wilderness at Athens International Film and Video Festival

    Screening on April 9th at the Athena Cinema in Athens Ohio at 3:30 pm.
    The Athens International Film and Video Festival was founded in 1974, and since then has presented independent films from around the world. The Festival is sponsored by the Athens Center for Film and Video, a project of the College of Fine Arts at Ohio University. Athens International Film and Video Festival

  • Wander, Wonder, Wilderness at Salem Film Fest

    On March 7th at 11 am at the Peabody Essex Museum, a Q+A follows the screening with moderator Juliette Fritsch, Director of Education and Programs.

    A screening of the film WANDER, WONDER, WILDERNESS, part of a multi-platform interactive documentary project that explores relationships between humans, community, and nature – highlighting the potential impact of urban wilds and green spaces as an antidote to our de-natured lives.
    Salem Film Fest

  • Toward the Flame at the 3rd International Motion Festival in Cyporess

    The 3rd International Motion Festival (IMF) is announced and is organized by the Department of Arts of the European University Cyprus in Nicosia, Cyprus, and will take place in March 2015. It is the first of its kind both in Cyprus and the broader Mediterranean and Middle East region. It aims to bring together film-makers, video artists, computer animators, graphic designers and their audience and to familiarize the public with what has traditionally remained as the “invisible art”: motion graphics.3rd International Motion Festival

  • Fallout Screening at Dope Chapel in Norman Oklahoma

    We Have Never Been Modern: An International Experimental Film and Video Exhibition, curated by Lindsey Allgood and Bernard Roddy on December 5th at Dope Chapel in Norman, Oklahoma. Dope Chapel

  • Toxic Red Sludge at Parachute Light Zero in Paris

    As part of curator Wilfried Agricola de Cologne program Memory of Water on November 21st 2014 @ Parachute Light Zero in Paris France

  • First Light on South Street at Aesthetica

    An established and dynamic player on the UK film festival circuit, the Aesthetica Short Film Festival (ASFF) is a celebration of independent film from across the world, and an outlet for championing and supporting short filmmaking in November 6-9, 2014. Spanning all genres including drama, documentary, animation, comedy, music video, thriller, experimental and artists’ film, the festival showcases its films across 15 distinct and historic locations in the city of York. Moving between medieval halls, ancient city walls, boutique cinemas, galleries and museums, the festival invites visitors to create their own unique viewing experience. Aesthetica

  • Toward the Flame at Transient Visions

    Transient Visions: Festival of the Moving Image was established in 2013. It celebrates the cutting edge art of the moving image through screenings, exhibitions, performances, and other festival events, providing a cultural experience that enriches the local community. The Festival works as a venue to meet artists in this region and beyond, exchanging and sharing ideas, while developing mutual relationship. Screened at the Spool Mfg, Johnson City, NY - October 17th 2014 in a program curated by Brian Murphy called Looking and Looking Back:
    Transient Visions

  • Aquarium at September Fest - Longy School of Music

    Join Longy faculty, alumni, students, and guest artists in an exploration of the relationship between poetry, music, visual art, film, and movement. Collaborator John Morrison and I will be presenting Aquarium. September Fest

  • Toward the Flame exhibited at the Bronx Art Space

    In a show curated by Mitsu Hadeishi, from September 3rd to the 13th. The exhibition includes performance, experimental video, and visual art.
    Sythetic Zero

  • Toward the Flame premieres at Sydney Underground Film Festival

    SUFF programs unique, quality independent films that transgress the status quo and challenge the conservative conventions of filmmaking. The festival is devoted to renewing local interest in independent and experimental film as part of an international underground film culture and aims to change an ingrained culture of cinematic complacency and revitalise an enthusiasm for cinema. SUFF

  • H.E.F.F #2 screens First Light on South Street

    The 2nd annual Haverhill Experimental Film Festival is presenting First Light on South Street. H.E.F.F. 2014 will expand into a third day, adding two more screenings, five more awards, and a significant bump in the cash prizes. Winners of the 2014 festival will be taken on the road for a festival tour down I-95 hitting as many major stops as possible. We're shooting for Boston, Providence, NYC, Jersey City, Philadelphia, Baltimore, D.C., Richmond, and finally Raleigh, NC. More info: H.E.F.F

  • First Light at South Street screens at the Athens International Film Festival

    The Athens International Film and Video Festival was founded in 1974, and since then has presented independent films from around the world. First Light at South Street screens in a program called "Everyday Life" on Tuesday April 15th.

  • First Light at South Street premieres at the Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival.


    Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival is an international festival of experimental film and artists’ moving image. The 2014 theme is ‘DreamLand’, focussing on film explorations of the natural world as a place of dreams. The 4 day festival is held in the ex-industrial mill town of Hawick, in the Scottish Borders region of Scotland, from April 3-6th 2014. First Light in screening in Dreamland Program 3

  • Fallout and Toxic Red Sludge presented at the Ammerman Center for Art and Technology Symposium.

    Exhibited at the Hygenic Gallery in New London Connecticut as part of the Ammerman Center for Art and Technology Symposium.The 3 day event focuses on the 2014 theme, "Presence, Immersion and Location", at the intersection of arts and technology. The symposium will consist of paper sessions, performances, art exhibition and new works commissioned by the Ammerman Center for Arts and Technology.

  • Not Clear Cut at NewFilmmakers Winterfest

    Screening in the Maya Deren Theatre on January 5th at 7pm at Anthology Film Archives in NYC New Filmmakers

  • Not Clear Cut screening at Black Maria Film and Video Festival at the Paramount Arts Center

    On Friday November 22nd at 7pm Not Clear Cut will be screening in a program of short films as part of the Black Maria Film Festival tour. Arts Emerson is sponsoring the event at the Paramount Center.

  • Not Clear Cut Selected for Aesthetica Film Festival in York England

    An established and dynamic player on the UK film festival circuit, the Aesthetica Short Film Festival (ASFF) is a celebration of independent film from across the world, and an outlet for championing and supporting short filmmaking in November 7 – 10, 2013. Spanning all genres including drama, documentary, animation, comedy, music video, thriller, experimental and artists’ film, the festival showcases its films across 15 distinct and historic locations in the city of York. Moving between medieval halls, ancient city walls, boutique cinemas, galleries and museums, the festival invites visitors to create their own unique viewing experience. Aesthetica

  • Not Clear Cut screens in Barcelona at 20th annual L'Alternativa program at Barcelona International Film Festival

    Presented in November at the Center for Contemporary Culture in the following program: L'Alternativa Hall features tailor-made programmes of screenings grouped together under the heading Hall Selects that encompass a wide range of international film and video for all audiences, although perhaps not for all tastes. Eccentricities, conviction, genius, documentary, criticism, humour, observation and intimate visions. Pure eclecticism for curious eyes. Alternativa

  • Fallout at Dallas Video Festival

    On October 12th in a program called Immanentize The Eschaton at the Video Cafe Dallas Video Fest

  • RISC - Rencontres Internationales Sciences et Cinémas / International Science & Film Festival 2013 Association Polly Maggoo Screens Fallout:

    From October 10th to 19th 2013 in Marseille, France at the
    House of the Region BMVR Alcazar Theater Varieties, the Natural History Museum of Marseille. The festival is organized this year by Polly Magoo productions with Marseille-Provence 2013, a European Capital of Culture, showcasing a program of short and feature films (documentary, fiction, experimental, video art) browsing various scientific fields (basic science the humanities and social sciences) and invites filmmakers and researchers to meet with the public. RISC

  • Fallout screening at 15th edition of Paris Festival for Different and Experimental cinema


    As part of the Collectif Jeune Cinéma the festival will take place in autumn, from October 16th until the 20th and aims to carry on what was initiated in the previous years in order to give visibility to a wide spectrum of current experiments in cinema. This year, in parallel to the films in competition, the "focus" program will address more specifically the use of archival images as traces, materials and collective histories of moving images. The video will be screening at Les Voûtes, Paris. INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION #5

  • Crosstalk Video Art Festival in Budapest Hungary screens Fallout

    September 13-15th "Animated, documentary, narrative, experimental, formalist, concept, digital trash, musical, abstract, hybrid, low-tech, high-tech, footage, collage, looped, manipulated, found, staged or acted....all type of single-channel videos from all over the world at Crosstalk's. 6th edition. In 2 venues: at Toldi Art Cinema + at a brand new artists-run-space called Higgs Field located at the very hip zone of the inner city of Budapest."
    Crosstalk

  • Fallout Selected for Sydney Underground Film Festival

    September 5-8th at Factory Theatre in Sydney Australia, Fallout will be screening in a program called Reality Bites

  • UFVA screening of Not Clear Cut

    I presented Not Clear Cut at this year's University Film and Video Association conference at Chapman University on Saturday August 3rd.

  • Fallout at Basement Media Festival

    Fallout is screening on 6/15 and 6/23 in Brooklyn at Spectacle as part of the 3rd annual Basement Media Festival, and annual screening event that showcases contemporary low-fidelity motion pictures. Basement Media

  • Fallout screens in Venice during the Biennale at the Maldives Pavilion as part of Pirate Cinema.

    Pirate Cinema is a DIY, recycled and hacked machine! A five wheels bike for three people to move forwards or produce electricity. This mobile installation is equipped with professional audio visual equipments using the electricity produced by pedalling and solar panels. This enables multi media performances while moving or stationary with electric self-sufficiency where ever you are. Pirate Cinema is an open platform. A catalyst for engaged art, guerrilla promotion, street politics and people’s empowerment. We organised and participated in varieties of events like short and feature films screening, experimental music, bands performances and festivals. Pirate Cinema

    For the 55th Venice Biennale Miriam De Rosa curated a film selection for Pirate Cinema in a performance hosted by Maldives Pavilion. The films are mainly new releases produced by independent visual artists and filmmakers between 2009 and 2013. The program offers an international overview about ecological romanticism - a key concept of the whole pavilion.
    Location: Gervasuti Foundation, Via Garibaldi, Fondamenta Sant'Ana, Castello 995 - Venice, June 2013 Maldives Program

  • Not Clear Cut screens at HEFF

    Not Clear Cut has been selected for the Haverhill Experimental Film Festival in Haverhill, Massachusetts the only experimental film fest in Massachusetts. HEFF

  • Fallout at Portland Experimental Film Festival

    From May 20th to 26th the Experimental Film Festival Portland is connecting the rich landscape of local makers to the vast and bright world of experimental media across the country and beyond both coasts. I am honored to have my recent work from the Repurposed Web Reports Series - Fallout as a part of their lineup! EFF Portland

  • Not Clear Cut at Winnipeg Cinematheque

    Open City Cinema is co-sponsoring a screening at the Winnipeg Cinematheque with Not Clear Cut opening for Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Verena Peravel's film Leviathan.
    Open City Cinema

  • Not Clear Cut at Athens International Film and Video Festival

    The Athens International Film and Video Festival was founded in 1974, and since then has presented independent films from around the world. The Festival is sponsored by the Athens Center for Film and Video, a project of the College of Fine Arts at Ohio University. Athens Film Fest

  • Not Clear Cut in Experiments of Cinema v8.53

    Experiments in Cinema is annual celebration of international cinema experimentation based in Albuquerque, New Mexico Experiments in Cinema v8.53

  • Not Clear Cut at Films For the Forest Festival, sponsored by the Rain Forest Alliance

    Not Clear Cut has been selected as a finalist for the annual Films for the Forest Festival. The event will be held on Sunday, March 10, from 6:30 - 9:30pm at the George Washington Carver Museum, located at 1165 Angelina St, Austin, Texas 78702. Films for the Forest Festival

  • Not Clear Cut, Receives a Directors Choice award at the 2013 Black Maria Film Festival

    The Black Maria Film Festival has a long track record of commitment to short works. It encourages and seeks creative, insightful, and/or sensitive, free spirited, expressive, experimental, poetic works or an otherwise genuine approach to the material or subject. Works of interest to the Festival might be revealing documentaries or whimsical in nature, or passionately avant garde or poignant, thoughtful or incisive BUT all genres are welcome. The intent is to recognize, exhibit and reward uncommon work. Black Maria 2013

  • 104 Merrimac St is screening at in the Urban Research Program at the 2013 Directors Lounge, Berlin Germany


    Urban Research is a film and video program curated by Klaus W. Eisenlohr for Directors Lounge 2013. It encompasses explorations of public space, the conditions of urban life, and interventions in the urban sphere, by international film and video artists using experimental, documentary, abstract, or fictive forms. Urban Research 2013 will be first presented at Directors Lounge 7—17 February 2013. The program has also been presented internationally in screenings in London, Mannheim, Hannover, Poznan, Freiburg, Essen, Dordrecht, Senigallia, St. Petersburg and Berlin. Urban Research

  • Fallout and Not Clear Cut at the 35th annual Big Muddy Film Festival

    The Big Muddy Film Festival (BMFF) strives to provide Southern Illinois with a rare opportunity to experience contemporary, innovative, and provocative works in film and video that have local and global relevance.The BMFF provides filmmakers a venue for screening, celebrating, and awarding their contributions to the art of cinema. The festival seeks to explore and push the boundaries of cinema, embracing genre- and form-bending practices, inter-media collaborations, underserved filmmakers, and cinema as a catalyst for community engagement.
    Big Muddy

  • Toxic Red Sludge Screens at the Carnival of Creativity in Bhimtal, India

    As part of the world wide tour of Cologne OFF - Festival of Video Art, in a program called Continental Drift, Toxic Red Sludge will be screening in Bhimtal, India as part of the 8th Annual Carnival of Creativity on February 23-24 2013.
    Carnival of Creativity

  • FLEX Fest screens Not Clear Cut

    FLEX, the Florida Experimental Film/Video Festival, is Florida's only film festival devoted to works of avant-garde/experimental/underground cinema. The annual festival takes place every February 2013. FLEX

  • Not Clear Cut Screening at the Victoria Film Festival

    The Victoria Film Festival has selected Not Clear Cut to be screened in the Converge program in February 2013.Victoria Film Festival

  • Not Clear Cut and Fallout at MEMIC

    Fallout from the Repurposed Web Reports series, and Not Clear Cut were screened at MEMIC’s (Midlands Experimental Moving Image Collective) Film Salon #1: Warpaint - a program of artists’ film and video accompanied by an exhibition of moving image installation works. MEMIC Film Salon 1 takes place at Althorpe Studios and Gallery, Royal Leamington Spa, Great Britain on November 30th at 7pm. Memic

  • Des Pas Sur La Neige (Footprints in the Snow) screens at Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

    As a finalist in the James River Film Festival, Footprints in the Snow is screening November 30th at 6:30 pm at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, Virginia Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

  • Black Maria Film Festival in Boston.


    Black Maria Film Festival is bringing their tour to Emerson College and will be screening my film Des Pas sur la Neige (Footprints in the Snow) on November 8 at 7pm in the Paramount Center's Bright Family Screening Room.

  • TIE comes to Emerson College

    The International Experimental Cinema Exposition is presenting a program of experimental work including my recent film Not Clear Cut on October 9th at 7pm in the Bright Family Screening Room in the Paramount Center. The programmer Christopher May will be introducing the program and moderating a Q+A with some of the filmmakers, including myself, present. Details of the program are here: TIE

  • Not Clear Cut at Antimatter

    Dedicated to the exhibition and nurturing of film and video as art, Antimatter has grown into the premier showcase of experimental cinema in the west. Encompassing screenings, installations, performances and media hybrids, Antimatter provides a noncompetitive festival setting in Victoria, British Columbia, free from commercial and industry agendas. The Screening of my Film Not Clear Cut takes place on October 14th at the Victoria Theatre at 7pm in a program called "This Must be the Place" More info at Antimatter

  • Toxic Red Sludge Screens in Hungary

    as part of the tour of CologneOFF 2012. The festival is screening in Hungary at Busho - Budapest International Short Film Festival
    4-9 September 2012 Cologne OFF at Busho

  • Not Clear Cut is screening at MIA @ the Armory in a program called Endless Plain

    August 24th at 7pm at the Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena, CA.
    MIA is a brand new series screening the work of artists using the moving image. Moving image art includes experimental film, video art, installation art, performance art, essay films and animation.
    Curated by artist Alanna Simone. Endless Plain

  • Smokestack is screening at the Sydney Underground Film Festival

    Part of the Program "Reality Bites", Friday September 10th at 10:30 pm at the Boiler Room Cinema in The Factory Theatre.
    Sydney Underground - Reality Bites

  • Albumleaf is part of "Private Territory" a Tour of North American Films

    Curated by Mariya Nikiforova - "the program was built around the ostensibly anchored idea of ‘home.’ But a home can be a journey in its own right – a journey into identity, a journey into memory..." The program will be screened in Reykjavik, St. Petersburg, Helsinki, and Stockholm. More info at Private Territory

  • Cologne OFF screens Toxic Red Sludge in World Tour

    Cologne OFF 2012 - is an International Video Art Festival: Video Art in a Global Context. This year's theme is Continental Drift. The first screening will take place in Phnom Penh, Cambodia under the Motto: The Freedom of Memory at Meta House on July 12th-15th Freedom of Memory

  • Festival Images Contre Nature screens Toxic Red Sludge

    Festival International de Video Experimentale Founded by the organization P'Silo in 2000. Screenings Of Toxic Red Sludge will take place in Marseille France at the Theatre Des Chartreux July 11th and 14th and other venues in Marseille. Images Contre Nature

  • Des Pas Sur La neige (Footprints in the Snow) is screening at the ICA Boston

    The annual screening of TIE - The International Experimental Film Exposition at the ICA Boston Sunday April 1st at 4pm.
    TIE at ICA

  • Green Becomes Black and Blue (White Becomes Red) screens in Iowa City Documentary Film Festival and wins Honorable Mention.

    Entering its 10th year in 2012, the Iowa City International Documentary Film Festival (IC DOCS) is an annual event committed to engaging a local audience with the world through short films (under 30 minutes) that explore the boundaries of documentary and non-fiction filmmaking. April 12-14th at the Bijou Theater IC Docs

  • Des Pas Sur La neige (Footprints in the Snow) selected for the Australian International Film Festival

    Bringing quality experimental film and video from all over the world to Australia and now in its third year, A.I.E.F.F. continues in its effort to reach experimental film and video artists in some of the most remote places in the world as well as the big metropolis cities that heave with artistic endeavours in this exciting area of practice. May 5th to 6th at the Loop Theater in Melbourne Australia. Australia International Experimental Film Festival

  • Des Pas Sur La neige (Footprints in the Snow) selected for Athens International Film Festival

    The Athens International Film and Video Festival was founded in 1974, and since then has presented independent films from around the world. The Festival is sponsored by the Athens Center for Film and Video, a project of the College of Fine Arts at Ohio University. April 13-19th 2012
    Athens International Film Festival

  • Des pas sur la Neige (Footprints in the Snow) selected for the 2012 Black Maria Film Festival

    Since 1981, the annual Black Maria Film + Video Festival has taken its (no hyphen) name from that of the world?s first motion picture studio built by Thomas Edison in 1893. The Festival and its tour operate as an independent non-profit organization and is the primary endeavor of Thomas Edison Media Arts. For over 30 years the Festival has been acclaimed for advocating, supporting and widely exhibiting fresh short works up to an hour in length by emerging as well as by veteran independent film and videomakers. The festival's annual competition is juried by noted exponents of independent work and results in 40 to 60 works chosen for the festival's annual tour. The tour visits 65 or more diverse institutions in 20 or more states starting with the premiere each season at New Jersey City University, in Jersey City, NJ. 2012 Black Maria

  • Cinesonika2 is showing work from the Repurposed Reports Series

    Green Becomes Black and Blue (White Becomes Red) and Smokestack are showing at Cinesonika2 a festival and conference about innovative sound design in Vancouver, BC at Simon Fraser University Cinesonika

  • Des pas sur La Neige selected for TIE

    The International Experimental Cinema Exposition will be premiering my film "Des pas sur la Neige" at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Union Theater October 11th 2011 TIE

  • Albumleaf in East Coast Tour

    Curators Luis Arnias and Matthew McWilliams just completed a short east coast tour to introduce New England based experimental filmmakers to venues from Brooklyn to Baltimore. Details at From Gust to Hail

  • Albumleaf at Antimatter

    "Dedicated to the exhibition and nurturing of film and video as art, Antimatter has grown into the premier showcase of experimental cinema in the west. Encompassing screenings, installations, performances and media hybrids, Antimatter provides a noncompetitive festival setting in Victoria, British Columbia, free from commercial and industry agendas."
    Albumleaf is screening during the 14th annual edition taking place from October 14th to 22nd.
    Antimatter

  • 24th edition of Instants Video screening Escape Plan

    POetic POlitic POetronic Festival - Les Instants Vidéo is an event dedicated to electronic poetry with its multiple forms, monobands, installations, performances, multimedia in venues throughout Europe.
    Escape Plan is screening November 4th to 29th in Milan Italy at the Video Box Gallery
    VideoBOX
    Instants Video

  • Green Becomes Black and Blue (White Becomes Red) screens in Korea

    The Seoul International Extreme Short Image and Film Festival at the Kicox Venture Center is showing a video from the Repurposed Web Reports Series. The festival runs from September 29th - October 4th 2011
    SESIFF

  • Escape Plan At Sydney Underground Film Festival

    September 8th to 11th 2011
    SUFF is an annual festival that is dedicated to promoting unique, independent, experimental, provocative and uncompromising films.
    Sydney Underground Film Festival

  • Toxic Red Sludge at Portland Underground Film Festival

    Screened in the Short Films Program at Clinton Theater in Portland Oregon
    PUFF

  • Several works screened at 17 Cox gallery

    Windows Onto Montebello Road, Green Becomes Black and Blue (White Becomes Red) and Escape Plan are in a group show called "Infinite Format" curated by Ethan Berry of Montserrat College of Art at 17 Cox gallery in Beverly, Ma June 18th 2011
    the-infinite-format

  • Green Becomes Black and Blue (White Becomes Red) and Toxic Red Sludge at Flux Space in Philadelphia

    East Coast Video selections Screening on May 26th and on the gallery website: Fluxspace

  • Escape Plan at Sonikfest/Synthetic Zero event

    The next Synthetic Zero and {SØNiK}Fest events will be on Wednesday, May 4th, 6pm - 9pm, and Saturday, May 7th, 7pm - 10pm at the BronxArtSpace at 305 E. 140th St., #1A, Bronx NY 10454, curated by Mitsu Hadeishi and Seyhan Musaoglu. We will have video installations, experimental film/video, art, dance, multimedia performance, music, and noise. The event will be free (donations accepted) and will also be part of the Bronx Culture Trolley on Wednesday. Note: the art exhibit will also be open Thursday 2:30-6:30pm, and Friday and Saturday noon-6:30pm through the 21st. Bronx Art Space

  • Albumleaf at Athens International Film Festival

    April 28th at the Athena Theater in Athens Ohio at 8pm in the Film Portraits: Seven Shorts program
    Athens International Film Festival

  • Albumleaf at the ICA Boston

    The International Experimental Cinema Exposition is screening my recent 16mm film "Albumleaf" at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston on March 5th 2011 at 6pm. More info on the event:
    ICABostonTIE

  • Escape Plan Premieres at Directors Lounge

    The 7th Berlin International Directors Lounge, the festival for contemporary media and film, alongside the 61st Berlin International Film Festival, will take place from 10th to 20th of February, at the art house meinblau, Pfefferberg. The festival will screen a selection of experimental films from all parts of the world, covering a wide range of artistic positions in the new media. "Escape Plan" will be screened opening night at 6pm
    Berlin Director's lounge

  • Windows Onto Montebello Road at Victoria Film Festival

    My 16mm film Windows onto Montebello Road is screening at the Victoria Film Festival as part of the Converge program. It will be exhibited at the Winchester Art Gallery on Saturday February 12th. Converge Program

  • Green Becomes Black and Blue (White Becomes Red)

    Has been chosen by Curator Paul Miller (aka DJ Spooky) for the 2011 Experimental Media Series Program sponsored by the Washington Project for the Arts and will screen at the Phillips Collection in Washington DC in January 2011.

  • My recent video 104 Merrimac St. has been accepted as a finalist in the Human Condition competition at the 2010 Chicago International Film Festival
    www.chicagofilmfestival.com/thehumancon…

  • Green Becomes Black and Blue (White Becomes Red)

    Screening at:
    -Moving Frames Festival, Digital Art Festival, Mytilene, Greece, September 2010 Moving Frames
    - Summer Screening Series, Video Underground, Jamaica Plain, (see below for details) September 30, 2010

  • My new video premieres at Dallas Video Fest

    Green Becomes Black and Blue (White Becomes Red) will be screening at the Dallas Videofest September 23-26th at the Angelika Film Center
    www.videofest.org

  • March March screening

    International Super 8 Film festival in Milan Italy screened "March March" November 2010

  • *Video Underground Backyard Summer Screening Series*

    Come one, Come All! Come to The Video Underground and spend an exquisite evening under the stars with a nigh of Boston based filmmakers and Artist, working in 16mm and Super-8 Avant-Gardè Cinema! Featuring films by Local Filmmakers Including, Robert Todd, Saul Levine, Rebecca Meyers, Brittany Gravely, Paul Turano Gordon Nelson, Tara Nelson, Shawn Morrissey, Mariya Nikiforova Kim Arnias, and Adam Paradis
    Many of the Filmmakers will be in attendance for this night of Local Cinema Goodness! $5 Donation
    JULY 29th at 8pm
    AT THE VIDEO UNDERGROUND 385 CENTRE STREET JAMAICA PLAIN, MA. 02130, 617-522-494
    WWW.THEVIDEOUNDERGROUND.COM

  • Mobius Film Night screens "Windows Onto Montebello Road"

    Curated by El Putnam Saturday June 28th 8pm.
    @ Mobius
    725 Harrison Avenue, Suite One
    Boston MA 02118
    www.mobius.org/events/mobius-movie-night

  • Windows onto Montebello Road screening at Athens International Film Festival

    Athens International Film Festival, experimental category, Athens, OH, April 26th 2010 - "Welcome to the Neighborhood" program 7:30 pm, Athena Cinema.
    Athens Film Festival

  • Loring-Greenough Film Night

    Programmed by Mariya Nikiforova
    Films By Paul Turano and Matt McWilliams
    March 16th at 7pm at the
    Loring-Greenough House
    12 South Street
    Jamaica Plain, Ma
    www.lghfilm.blogspot.com

  • Chashama Film Festival in NYC screens "I Covered My Eyes"

    Screening Venue 217 East 42nd Street 3pm on Saturday October 25th.
    www.chafilmfest.com/film2009

  • "I Covered My Eyes" is given the Recycled Cinema Award at the Sydney Underground Film Festival

    Screening at the Sydney Underground Film Festival, Factory Theatre, Sydney, Australia, Sept 2009.
    www.sydneyundergroundfilmfestival.com

  • Globians World and Culture Documentary Film Festival in Berlin

    "I Covered My Eyes" is being screened at the Globians Film Festival in Berlin Germany on Friday August 15th at 7pm at Kino Toni Cinema, Antonplatz.
    www.globians.com
    On December 9th 2009 at 8pm. it will be screening at the French Cultural Center in Berlin with "Certainty" by David Hauka.

  • Flex Fest awards "I Covered My Eyes"

    Screening on February 21 2009 at 7pm.

    Florida Experimental Film Festival has given "I Covered My Eyes" a 3rd place for the over 10 minute video category.
    www.flexfest.org/

  • "I Covered My Eyes" part of New Arrivals at Rotterdam International Film Festival

    January 26th to February 6th 2009
    www.filmfestivalrotterdam.com/professio…

  • "I Covered My Eyes" at Hartford International Film Festival

    More info at www.capitolcinemacollective.org
    Saturday November 8th at 12:30 pm
    Art Cinema 255 Franklin Avenue, Hartford, CT 06114