For starters, a few online articles and interviews about my work (and you can find many more by going to Outcast Film's website.)
From an Australian online film magazine, "Senses of Cinema", a comprehensive survey of my films:
From Fred Camper's website, about "Sink or Swim":
From City Arts, an interview:
From PopcornQ/PlanetOut.com, about "Hide and Seek":
From Off Screen, about "The Ties That Bind":
A Partial List Of Film And Video Funding Agencies And Resource Centers
York Foundation for the Arts (only for NYS residents).
York State Council on the Arts (only for NYS residents).
The Jerome Foundation (only for NYC residents).
The Foundation Center, with info on all types of grants.
Lists of grants, deadlines, artists calls, museums, magazines,
The Women's Studio Workshop in the Hudson Valley. Info on classes and residencies
in ceramics, papermaking and printing.
A Partial List Of Film Distributors, Screening Places And Individual Film
And Videomakers' Sites
(And lots more distributors in the U.S. and Europe can be found on my "ordering
The Filmmaker's Coop in NYC, a distributor.
The Video Data
Bank can see lots of video clips on the site.
Stark's massive site for experimental filmmakers. There are loads of people
on it with info about their work, and then if they have their own sites, you
can link to them.
San Francisco's oldest and best showcase for experimental work.
Pittsburgh's great film and video place.
Bay Area Video
Coalition site with links to film/video fetivals and info about Bay Area video
Underground Film Festival.
Intermix online catalogue.
(The Netherlands) of video, new media, installations, etc.
Chicago Filmmakers, for screenings, workshops and info.
Lesbian and Gay Experimental Festival, aka MIX.
site for everything about gay and lesbian films and tapes.
The Millennium Film Workshop in NYC screenings, classes, etc.
The Walker Art Center in Minneapolis. Screening series, links to other art sites.
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