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David Weissman

David Weissman is an Emmy Award nominated filmmaker, teacher, film programmer, public speaker and longtime activist. He is best known as producer of the acclaimed documentaries, WE WERE HERE (2011) and THE COCKETTES (2002).


Tracy Ann Chapel

Tracy Ann Chapel is a Los Angeles-based actor and filmmaker, whose career includes a variety of roles in film, as well as stage productions, web series, television, voice-overs, and dance. She is also a skilled vocalist, stand-up, and clown....



Started in 1909, The Roxie is the oldest continuously operated cinema in the United States, and the second oldest in the world. Since 2009 The Roxie has become a non-profit with a Mission to provide diverse audiences with rare, independent, experimental, and socially conscious film & arts...

FOR-SITE Foundation

The FOR-SITE Foundation is dedicated to the idea that art can inspire fresh thinking and important dialogue about our natural and cultural environment. Through exhibitions, commissions, artist residencies, and education programs, FOR-SITE supports the creation and presentation of innovative art about place. Recent high profile projects include Andy Goldsworthy in the Presidio and International Orange at Fort Point. The site was a team collaboration with Ari Salomon leading development. The connection between current and past projects and the display of “parent” and “child” projects required a deep investigation and...


Sneaky Little Sister

Kia Simon is a Motion Graphics Artist for narrative films, music videos and documentaries that have played in festivals all over the world. Her documentary Looking for Sly won awards for Best Short Doc at SXSW, LA International Short, and Tortured Artist Film Festival. Her music videos have...


John McDowell

Composer and musician John McDowell has been heard at Lincoln Center, the UN, the Montreal Jazz Festival, and throughout Europe and North America.


Great Wall of Oaklan...

Every first Friday during OAKLAND ART MURMUR, the Great Wall of Oakland, a 100’x100′ projection installation, illuminates the Uptown District with cutting-edge motion art from around the world. Thousands of Bay Area art fans descend upon the area to check out this one-of-a-kind...