Jennifer Reeves, filmmaker, will be screening some of her films, including Chronic (1996). This is a special session of the Mass Culture Workshop conducted in conjunction with the Moving Pictures Alphabet Series.
Friday, February 15, 10:30am – 12:00pm in Cobb 310. Refreshments will be provided.
Jennifer Reeves is a New York-based filmmaker working primarily on 16mm film since 1990. She does her own writing, cinematography, editing, painting and sound design on subjective and personal films that incorporate optical-printing and direct-on-film techniques. Reeves explores themes of memory, mental health and recovery, feminism and sexuality, landscape, wildlife and politics. She also teaches film/video/animation part-time at The Cooper Union and the School of Visual Arts in the Photography and Related Media MFA program.
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