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Filmography

Selected Video Works

Anger
SCREENED: Museum of Modern Art, New York, 2002; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 2000; International Center for Photography, New York, 1989; Nylon Film Festival, Switzerland, 1986; PRIZES: First Prize, Montreal Film Festival; First Prize, Tokyo Film Festival; Golden Gate Award, San Francisco Film Festival

Cape May: End of Season
SCREENED: Museum of Modern Art, New York, 2000

Happy Birthday America
SCREENED: Museum of Modern Art, New York, 2000, 1978

How Much is Really True?
SCREENED: Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1992; Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, 1992; Institute for Contemporary Art, Boston, 1992; Smithsonian Institute, Hirschhorn Museum, Washington DC, 1992; Berlin Film Festival, Berlin, 1990; Rotterdam Film Festival, Rotterdam, 1990; Videonalle, Bonn, 1990; PRIZES: Silver Bear, Chicago International Film Festival, 1991; Black Maria Film Festival, 1991; Thomas Edison Media Arts Award, 1992

My Bubi, My Zada
SCREENED: Museum of Modern Art, New York, 2002; West Virginia Art Museum, Huntington, 1982; The Kitchen, New York, 1975

Nature Morte Aux Fruits
SCREENED: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1991; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1990 (permanent collection)

The Edge of Life
SCREENED: Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1990; Showcase, 1985; Video Bienalle, Vienna, 1985; The Kitchen, New York, 1984; San Francisco Women’s Video Art, San Francisco, 1984; PRIZES: Red Ribbon, American Film Festival, 1985; Monitor Awards, 1985

Intimate Interviews: Sex in Less than Two Minutes
SCREENED: Global Village Documentary Film and Video Festival, New York, 1985

Ozone Stories
SCREENED: Venice Bienalle, Venice, 1984; PRIZES: Video Cultural International, 1985; First Prize, Utah Film and Video Festival, 1985; Red Ribbon, American Film Festival, 1984

Boney
SCREENED: LACE, Los Angeles, 1984

Paper Roses
SCREENED: Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1981

A-Lone Some, I Make All the Noise
SCREENED: Belgian Television, 1978; Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1977; Memorial Gallery, Rochester, 1977

Five Day Bicycle Race
SCREENED: Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 1977

Stop Ocean Dumping
America the Beautiful Fund Grant

Las Vegas: Last Oasis in America

Second Grade Dreams

Yoko Ono, On Cosmic Feminism

Feature Films

South Central Los Angeles: Inside Voices
Documentary; SCREENED: ZDF, Germany, 1994; ARTE, France, 1994; Huairou Cinema, Beijing, 1995; Moscow Film Festival, Moscow, 1995; SBS Australia, Australia, 1996; San Francisco Film Festival, San Francisco, 1996; Showtime, USA 1996; PRIZES: New Orleans Urban Film and Video Festival, Best Documentary, 1998, Silver Apple Award, National Education Media Network, 1996, Certificate of Merit, San Francisco International Film Festival, 1998

Seven Women Seven Sins
Fiction/experimental documentary; theatrical release, distributor: Women Make Movies; SCREENED: Montreal Festival of New Cinema, Montreal. 1986; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 1986, NuArt Theater, Los Angeles, 1987; Toronto Film Festival, Toronto, 1988; North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, 1989

Joe And Maxi
Documentary; theatrical release, distributor: First Run Features; SCREENED: Greenwich Theater, NewYork, 1980; Berlin Film Festival, Berlin 1978, Nu Art Theater, Los Angeles, 1978; German television, 1982; Israeli Television, 1982; Sheldon Art Gallery, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, 1983; The Flicks, Boise, 1989; Austin Film Society, Austin, 1990; 3/SAT, ZDF, Germany, 1994; Planete, France, 1997; Frances 2, France, 1997; New Jersey Film Festival, Cape May, 2005; Museum of Modern Art (Restored 35mm print) Women’s Film Preservation Fund, Collection MoMA Film Archive, New York; PRIZES: Blue Ribbon, American Film Festival; First Prize, John Muir Medical Film Festival, 1980