Exciting News!

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  We just got some exciting news about two current projects that I’m looking forward to sharing soon. This is A Thousand Thoughts, the new live cinema collaboration with the legendary Kronos Quartet. And then also Julius Caesar Was Buried in a Pet Cemetery, a new short film I just finished. Stay tuned for details.

2017 Sarah Jacobson Film Grant Winners

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      We were thrilled to recently announce the recipients of the 2017 Sarah Jacobson Film Grant: Alyx Arumpac and Ja’Tovia Gary. Their projects knocked us out and you can get more details about both of them here. I’m grateful to Katie Bradshaw for help with the grant and the two panelists this year,… Read more »

Editing “A Thousand Thoughts”

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Deep in the editing of my new film A Thousand Thoughts – a live documentary collaboration between myself and the legendary Kronos Quartet. I was telling someone recently that I feel like if this were a marathon, I’d be at mile 18 — you’re deep in it and on some level you know you are… Read more »

Upcoming screenings of films by the legendary Sarah Jacobson!

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Sarah Jacobson’s films will be screening in NYC on July 13 and SF on July 15-16. If you’ve never seen Sarah’s work, she was a indomitable force in underground film in the 1990s – a fierce and totally radical feminist voice in cinema and culture years before Girls. Come see Sarah’s masterwork feature Mary Jane’s Not a Virgin Anymore… Read more »

Sarah Jacobson Film Grant

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I was thinking I’m too busy this year to do the film grant honoring the late great Sarah Jacobson, but then Katie Bradshaw, who has helped out with the grant for several years now, said “Hell no! The grant is more important now than it’s ever been!” And it’s true. So we’re doing it! Apply… Read more »

Terry Riley Interview

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Had the great honor and pleasure recently of filming Terry Riley at his ranch in Northern California for the Untiled Kronos Project.