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Grrlyshow Crew

kara herold
producer/director/writer/camera
Kara Herold is a filmmaker and videomaker from San Francisco. Her latest video Grrlyshow is a film about girl zines and their makers. The video was completed in January 2001 and is being distributed by Women Make Movies and has screened at Sundance, Mill Valley Film Festival, Film Arts Foundation Festival, and Women in the Director's Chair.

Also in June, Kara Herold completed Tit Chat and Women for Sale. Tit Chat is a short animation drawn by Ariel Bordeaux about the burden of breasts. Tit Chat was a finalist in the audience award segment of the Queer Short Movie Awards on planetout.com. Women for Sale is an experimental found-footage collage visually interpreting Beth Lisick's (of The Beth Lisick Ordeal) spoken word account of her teenage modeling career. Women for Sale recently won first place at the 23rd annual Cine-Poetry Film Festival sponsored by the National Poetry Association.

Kara Herold's other creative works include La Signora di Tutti (Everybody's Woman), and a fifty page essay about the filmmaker Maya Deren. She is also an actress, and has just recently performed in Fear and Misery in the Third Reich by Bertolt Brecht in October/November 2000 in San Francisco.

monica nolan
editor
Monica Nolan is an MFA candidate at San Francisco State University's Cinema Department. She has produced and directed several short films, including Lesbians Who Date Men, World of Women, Chuckie, Laura, and Showgirlfriends. These films have been screened at festivals around the world. World of Women won awards at the Chicago Lesbian and Gay Film Festival and Turin's Imaginaria Festival. Monica was assistant producer of PopcornQ.com, a Web Site for fans of Queer Cinema, and she has edited a privately produced family history documentary, Sol & Eva.

elise hurwitz
sound designer
Elise Hurwitz has a BA in Cinema from SUNY Binghamton and an MFA in Film from the San Francisco Art Institute. Recent credits include: Drawing on the Local, produced by the Carnegie Institute for the Advancement of Teaching; This is the Life, a film by George Spies and Andrew Black; American Gypsy, a video documentary by Jasmine Dellal, and Routine Disturbances by Julia Jaurigui Segrove. Elise's personal films have been screened locally and internationally, most recently at SF MOMA. These include automatic writing (1995); I raise my arm (1993); strain, restrain (1993); and Metal Cravings (1991/1996).

andi zeisler
title artist
Andi Zeisler is a San Francisco-based writer, editor, and illustrator. She is a founding editor of Bitch: Feminist Response to Pop Culture, a magazine devoted to smart, savvy, and sharp-witted media criticism. Besides Bitch, her illustrations have appeared in such publications as SF Weekly, Mother Jones, Tikkun, and Moxie.

corey ohama
consultant
Corey Ohama is a filmmaker from San Francisco. Her latest film, Double Solitaire (1997) has shown at festivals around the country and on public television. It won the SECA award for film from SFMOMA and the King HU award from the LA Asian American International Film Festival. Corey holds a B.A. in Semiotics from Brown University and an MFA in Cinema from San Francisco State University.

 

 
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