Zoe Beloff op IFFR
Zoe BELOFF (1958, Scotland) was educated in Art in Edinburgh and earned a master's degree in Film Production in New York. The independent filmmaker and artist makes films, installation art and performances and produces interactive (online) projects, often with a media-archaeological approach. In 2003 she received a Guggenheim Fellowship. Beloff is also a professor, teaching at Queens College in New York.
(selection) Nightmare Angel (1987, short, co-dir), Wonderland USA (1990, short), Life Underwater (1994, mid-length), A Trip to the Land of Knowledge (1994, mid-length), Lost (1995, short), Shadowland or Light from the Other Side (2000, short), Claire and Don in Slumberland (2002, short), Charming Augustine (2005, short), The Coney Island Amateur Psychoanalytic Society: Dream Films, 1926-1972 (2009, instal), The Infernal Dream of Mutt and Jeff (2011, install), The Days of the Commune (2012, short), Glass House (2014, short), Glass House (2014, instal), Two Marxists in Hollywood (2015), A World Redrawn: Eisenstein and Brecht in Hollywood (2015, instal), A Model Family in a Model Home (2015, short), Exile (2017), Cognitive Era (2018, short)