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Called "one of the most adventurous American filmmakers"
(Variety), Bill Morrison has built a filmography of more
than 30 projects which have been presented in theaters, museums,
galleries, and concert halls worldwide. Decasia, his
feature-length collaboration with composer Michael Gordon, was
described by J. Hoberman in The Village Voice as "the most
widely acclaimed American avant-garde film of the fin-de-siècle." A
large aspect of his work is his collaboration with contemporary
composers. Morrison often makes use of rare archival footage and
reframes forgotten film imagery as part of our collective
mythology. His films are in the collection of MoMA, the Nederlands
Filmmuseum, and the Library of Congress. He is a Guggenheim fellow
and has received the Alpert Award for the Arts, an NEA Creativity
grant, a Creative Capital grant, and a fellowship from the
Foundation for Contemporary Arts. His work with Ridge Theater has
been recognized with two Bessie Awards and an Obie Award. Morrison
was most recently at BAM with Persephone (2010 Next Wave),
and he contributed the short film "A Trip to the Beach" (2012) to
the music and film festival Crossing Brooklyn Ferry (2012
For more information, visit www.billmorrisonfilm.com.