John GianvitoStill: The Grave's Sky
No stranger to IFFR, John GIANVITO (USA) is a filmmaker and curator living in Boston, Massachusetts. He is also a Professor in the Department of Visual & Media Arts at Emerson College in Boston. His films include The Flower of Pain (1983), Address Unknown (1985) and The Mad Songs of Fernanda Hussein (2001). In 2001 he received the French honorary title of Knight in the Order of Art and Letters. Vapor Trail (Clark) had its world premiere at IFFR in 2010. That same year, his documentary Profit Move and the Whispering Wind (2007) was named one of the 50 greatest documentaries of all time by Time Out (New York). Gianvito is the editor of the book Andrei Tarkovsky: Interviews (University Press of Mississippi).
The Direct Approach (1978, short), The Flower of Pain (1983), Address Unknown (1985, co-dir), What Nobody Saw (1990, short), The Mad Songs of Fernanda Hussein (2001), Puncture Wounds [September 11] (2002, short), Profit Motive and the Whispering Wind (2007, short doc), Vapor Trail (Clark) (2010), Far From Afghanistan (2012, co-dir, doc), Wake (Subic) (2015, doc), Her Socialist Smile (2020), Fugue (2022, short), The Grave's Sky (2022, short)
John Gianvito op IFFR
The Mad Songs of Fernanda Hussein
Profit Motive and the Whispering Wind
Vapor Trail (Clark)
The Grave's Sky
Vaste gast John Gianvito meldt zich met een gevoelig, thuis in de pandemiejaren 2020-2022 gedraaid filmdagboek.