Projection & VR Projects​​

 

RUSSELL'S YARD

LABspace, Hillsdale, NY  June 18 - July 31 2022

"Mountain High, Valley Low" Group Show

NY's @UPSTATEARTWEEKEND

Virtual Reality project WIP

In Collaboration with artist Farrell Brickhouse

 

SHAKY'S MEADOW

Lockwood Gallery, Kingston, NY  April 9 - May 14, 2022

"Dreams Within A Dream" Group Show

Projection Mapping installation WIP

In Collaboration with artist David Pollack

D'Art International (Review): "Dream Within a Dream" by Jen Dragon

MEMORY ROOMS (more)

Festival Internationale de VideoArte de Camaguey, Cuba (FIVAC)  2017, Official Selection

Virtual Reality (Room Scale) 

Interactive Documentary

 

WHAT KILLED KEVIN (more)

Interactive Web-Documentary & 45 minute DVD

2015 Festival Internationale de VideoArte de Camaguey, Cuba

2014 Honoarary Webby Award

2013 Best Transmedia/Website UFVA "Story First" Conference
Educational Distribution: Filmakers Library/Alexander Street Films

Interactive Transmedia Documentary: WhatKilledKevin.com

Psychology Today: "Documentary Asks Troubling Questions About Bullying"

Huffington Post: "Documentary On Workplace Bullying Shows Different View"

Washington Post: "Documentary Faults Bully Label In UVA Suicide"

 

NO JOB IS WORTH THIS (more)

WebDocumentary Series 2009 WhatKilledKevin.com 

Best viewed on desktop browser

2010 International Conference on Workplace Bullying & Harassment

2010 Women and Film  Festival "Unlocked Images" CCSU & New BritainMuseum

2010 Chicken & Egg "We Believe In Your" New Media Grant 

2008 Women and Film Festival "Body Politics" CCSU & New Britain Museum

Documentary Films



71 WEST BROADWAY: GROUND ZERO, NY (more)
20 minute Documentary completed 2002
2002 Library of Congress 9/11 Commemoration
Walker Art Museum, MN “Women With Vision”
The Warhol Museum
The Kitchen (Art Gallery)
Wisconsin International Film Festival
Broadcasts: WNET (PBS) “REEL NY”; Sundance Channel
Collections: Selected for the Library of Congress 9/11 Archive

INVISIBLE REVOLUTION (more)
One Hour Documentary completed 2000.
2001 Sundance Film Festival, Official Selection
Wexner Center
Northwest film Festival
BMA (Brooklyn Museum of Art)
Weatherspoon Gallery
2000 Museum of Modern Art (NYC),”Documentary Fortnight”
Human Rights Watch Film Festival
Taos Talking Pictures Film Festival
2002 CBC “Passionate Eye” (Canada)
Sundance Channel
Portions of this documentary were featured on ABC’s Good Morning America,

20/20, NBC’s Dateline, HBO’s America Undercover

THE ANDRE SHOW (more)

42 minute Documentary completed 1997.  Educ’al Distr: Fanlight Prods.
2007 World AIDS Conference, Toronto
San Francisco Int’l FF
Sydney International Film Festival
Taos Talking Pictures Festival
Mill Valley FF
Women in the Director’s Chair

Exit Art (Soho Gallery)
Broadcast – PBS 1998
Collections – Museum of Broadcast Radio & Television, Chicago

SANDRA’S WEB: A Mother’s Diary

24 Minute Documentary  completed 1996.
Denver Int’l FF
North Hampton Film Festival
Long Island FF

(Awards listed below)
Broadcast – HBO

New York Times Reviewed

Additional Honors & Awards

 

*2014Joint Proclamation from NJ State Senate and Assembly

*2014 Broward  Commission Citation

*2014 Honorary Webby Award "WhatKilledKevin.com"

*2013 UFVA Best Transmedia/Website

*2001 American Library Assn – To 10 Videos for Young Adults
*1999 Best Documentary, Ann Arbor Film Festival
*1998 Silver Spire, Golden Gate Awards, San Francisco Int’l Film Festival
*1998 Juror’s Choice, Charlotte Film and Video Festival
*1998 Bronze Apple, Nat’l Educational Media Network
*1997 Planned Parenthood Maggie Award
*1997 Nominated IDA Award (International Documentary Assn)

Conference & Professional Presentations

 

*2014 Co-Chair of "Workplace Bullying: Seeking Solutions" NJ conference hosted by the National Workplace  Bullying Coalition in Partnership with Rutgers School of Law-Newark -- "Workplace Bullying: Seeking Solutions"

*2015 Anti-Mobbing Club, Czechoslavakia    

*2014 Broward Crime Commission, “Adult Bullying” – Deerfield, Florida

*2014 International Ombudsman Assn 9th Annual Conference, Workshop Screening

*2014 Colloquium on Abrasive Conduct in the Higher Education              University of Denver

*2013 The Last Bully: Stopping Epidemics of Violence/ Media Makes A Difference

  The Tucson International Jewish Film Festival, in conjunction with The Aurora Foundation of Southern Arizona,   The Loft Cinema and the Fund for Civility, Respect and Understanding

*2013 University of Film & Video Association "Story First Conference"

*2013 Consortium on Abrasive Behavior in Higher Ed - University of California Santa Barbara

*2012 NJCA Conference: Using Social Media to Make Change- New Jersey Communication Association

*2010 Int’l Workplace Bullying & Harrasment Conference, Wales 
*2009 10th Northeast Conference on Character Education (School & Workplace Bullying)
*2009 UUP [Screening & Discussion], Stony Brook University, Long Island, NY
*2008 Women and Film Festival “Body Politics” CCSU & New Britain Museum
*2008 June Baker Higgins Gender Studies Conference “Sexing the Vote: Gender, Sexuality and Politics.” CCSU
*2006 Participant at the NALIP Producers Academy – National Association of Latino Independent Producers
*2005 Co-Presenter, Independent Feature Project, NYC
*2001 Panelist – Independent Feature Project, “The Changing Face of Documentary”
*2001 Participant – Documentary Panel, Sundance Film Festival

Teaching

 

Montclair State University  – Associate Professor

Monmouth University – Specialist Professor 

Freelance Editing

ANTONIA PANTOJA: ¡Presente! — Co-Editor

Producer Lillian Jimenez
Feature Length Documentary
2009 Broadcast, VOCES (signature PBS series curator: Latino Public Broadcasting)
2009 HBO NY International Latino Film Festival
2007 Museum of Modern Art, “Documentary Fortnight”
2006 NALIP official invitation to Producer’s Workshop
2005 OFFICIAL SELECTION IFP MARKET

BREAD & ROSES TOO - Editor

Producer Jane Coleman
Directed by George Stoney & Lora Hays
2008 Maine Jewish Film Festival

MAYOR OF THE WESTSIDE – Consulting Editor

PBS BROADCAST May 2006

Two time Emmy nominated

WHOSE PLACE IS THIS ANYWAY? – Collaborator/ Editor

5 minute Experimental video installation completed 2003 created with

artist Renate Aller
2003 Museum of Labor in Hamburg
2003 Hamburg Emigration Museum

ONLY HUMAN – Video Instructor

2003 Tribeca Film Festival, Family Program

ANOTHER/BROTHER: Story of a Black Vietnam Veteran  – Editor

(Producer: Tami Gold)  One hour documentary completed 1998.
NATIONAL TELEVISION PREMIERE: PBS Spring 1999.
1998 GOLD HUGO
1998 GOLD CINE AWARD

A HEALTHY BABY GIRL – Additional Editor

(Producer: Judith Helfand) One hour documentary completed 1996.
NATIONAL TELEVISION  PREMIERE:  POV (PBS Series) June 1997.

 AWARDS: PEABODY WINNER; Nominated 1997 IDA AWARDS
FESTIVALS:
1997 Sundance Film Festival
1996 Margaret Mead FF

Virtual Reality Device
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