Kim-Lou Conigliaro Lynn Denton Cheryl Hess Adriana Lecuona
is an MFA candidate at Temple University's Department of Film & Media Arts. She is currently at work on a feature-length documentary about AIM, the American Indian Movement.
is a painter, sculptor and performance artist who has shown in Philadelphia at the Institute of Contemporary Art and the Morris Gallery of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. In 1994 she received a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant in support of her visual art. Issues relating to women's identity and gender relationships have been consistent themes in her work. She has utilized super 8 film in her performance work. Don't Go to Bed Angry! (part of the collective's collaborative film IF THIS THEN THAT) is her first 16mm film.
is a Philadelphia-based independent film and video maker. After graduating from Columbia University in 1990, she worked and traveled in Southeast Asia. She is now an MFA candidate in the department of Film & Media Arts at Temple University. Her first film, Deck, an experimental documentary, has been screened at festivals nationwide including the Women in the Director's Chair Festival in Chicago, the Philadelphia Festival of Independents, and the Slice of Life Documentary Festival in State College, Pennsylvania where it was awarded a jury prize for Best of Festival. She also completed In the Weeds: Waiting for a Living, a documentary about restaurant workers, with Melissa Thompson in 1996. She is at work on a short film, Be Sealed With the Gift, part of the collective's collaborative film IF THIS THEN THAT.
is an MFA candidate in the department of Film & Media Arts at Temple University. She is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania.
is a graduate of Temple University's Undergraduate Honors Program in Philosophy. Her first film, Koogle Story, was shot as part of the collective's Spring 1996 projects.
hails from Michigan and has been making short films, videos and animation pieces for the past ten years. She has spent much of this time as well dedicating herself to the cause of public access television. Mau is currently an adjunct assistant professor in the School of Art at The University of Oklahoma, where she teaches media arts production, theory and history. She has formerly taught at Temple University as an adjunct instructor and for many summers led an animation workshop at the Sinking Creek Film and Video Festival in Nashville. She will have completed her Master of Fine Arts in Film and Video Arts from Temple University, in Philadelphia, in the Spring of 1997. Her films include Novices, Struct, and Basement. She is currently at work on a new short film, Cowgirl Dreams.
recently graduated from Temple University where she was a Film & Media Arts major. She is in production on a personal documentary about her family and paranoid schizophrenia.
recently completed the Master's program in Anthropology at Temple University. She is currently at work on a video documentary about a New York school for cross-dressing.
is a native of India, currently based in Philadelphia. As an independent mediamaker, she has explored social issues through experimental documentary and fictional forms. Her work has screened in Los Angeles, New York, and Philadelphia in the U.S. and in Gyor, Hungary, and has been broadcast on WHYY TV12 and WYBE Channel 35. Her completed projects include Body Politics, Tell Me Your Story..., Tea for Two, and What Are Little Girls Made Of. She is currently at work on several new projects, including Sisters, Last Wash and the Subway Art Project (with Melissa Thompson).
is an MFA candidate in the department of Film & Media Arts at Temple. Her films include Bound and Rosewater. She is currently in pre-production on a collaborative film with Frances Negron-Muntaner and Karen Carpenter.
grew up in Atlanta, GA, received her B.A. from Oberlin College and is currently enrolled in the MFA program at Temple's Department of Film and Media Arts. Her completed projects include In the Weeds: Waiting for a Living with Cheryl Hess, Novices with Heidi Mau, Passing (part of the collective's collaborative film IF THIS THEN THAT) and various videos about children's art programs offered through Fleisher Art Memorial. She is currently at work on a video installation project about Feminine Products and the Subway Art Project with Francesca Soans.
is a native of Cleveland, OH who now makes her home in Philadelphia where she studies film and video making at Temple University. In the past, she dedicated much of her production time to forming and working with community production collectives; in particular she's worked with urban youth organizations who try a hand in film and video production and exhibition. She is currently teaching at Temple's Ambler campus for the Film and Media Arts Department and is completing a new film, Steps, part of the collective's collaborative film IF THIS THEN THAT.
is an undergraduate in the Film & Media Arts department at Temple.
is a senior undergraduate in the Film & Media Arts department at Temple. She is at work on In the Name of the Mother, a video documentary about adoption.
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