SAMPLE WORKS BY BRYAN KONEFSKY
Bryan Konefsky is a cultural worker dedicated to the advancement of undependent,
experimental media arts through his work as moving image artist,
teacher, lecturer and film festival director. He teaches moving image production
and critical studies in the Department of Cinematic Arts at the University of New
Mexico, where he was honored in 2009 with a university-wide Teacher of the
Konefsky is artistic director of Experiments in Cinema, an annual international film festival in Albuquerque that showcases cinematic experimentation from around the world. He serves as a panelist for the New Mexico Film Office's New Visions filmmaking awards, he is a member of the board of advisors for the Ann Arbor Film Festival (the oldest experimental festival in the United States), a guest curator for the Southwest Gay and Lesbian Film Festival and an experimental film judge for Videofest sponsored by the Dallas Video Association in Texas. Konefsky lectures at colleges and universities internationally, among them the University of Applied Sciences in Wurzburg, Germany, the University of Pisa in Italy, The Smolny Institute in St. Petersburg, Russia, the University of Windsor in Ontario, Canada; the University of California at Santa Cruz, Ohio University, and the University of Michigan.
Konefsky's work has been published by Peripheral Produce, Incite, The Appropriation Alliance, Precious Real , The Alternative Film/Video Festival in Belgrade, and Otherzine.
His moving image work has been supported by grants from the McCune Charitable Foundation, New Mexico Arts, The National Endowment for the Humanities, The Trust For Mutual Understanding, The National Endowment for the Arts, and the Banff Centre for the Arts in Canada. His own films and installations have been presented internationally at venues such as Blinding Light Cinema in Vancouver, the Videoex Festival in Switzerland, the Erarta Museum for Contemporary Art in Russia, the Paris Underground Film Festival in France, Cinema Ritrovato in Italy, the Oslo Film Institute in Norway, the European Media Arts Festival in Germany, the Long Beach Museum of Art in California, and the premiere experimental film venues in New York City, Anthology Film Archives and Millennium Film Workshop.
Basement Films World Headquarters
Secession From The Broadcast trailer 1F
Miss Yummy Yummy
Does Anyone Ever Really Quit?
Fertile Ground Corporate Slug
You Are Here
Let Me Say This About That.
Shoe Shine Cinema: Confusion is Sexy
I Yam What I Yam
LUMPEN TLVSN (short film) - "You Are Here"
Little Brown Babies
I Yam What I Yam
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