Liza Béar

Tuesday, September 16, 2008 - 5:00am

 

Beyond the Frame: Dialogues with World Filmmakers

Liza Béar is a New York-based writer, filmmaker and activist. In the seventies she co-founded and edited the legendary conceptual art magazine Avalanche. She has taught in the graduate film departments of Columbia and New York University. In 1990 she received a New York Foundation for the Arts fellowship in creative non-fiction, and in 1994, an Edward Albee Writing Fellowship for her short stories. Her new book, Beyond the Frame : Dialogues with World Filmmakers, is a selection of her interviews with filmmakers from 23 countries. She is a contributing editor at Bomb. Blogs: <http://lizabearmakingbook.blogspot.com> and <http://squaringoff.blip.tv>.

 

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