2015

CHASE, color, 9 minutes, digital, premiered at the 33rd Festival International du Film sur l’Art, (FIFA), Montreal, Canada.

THE END, black & white, 11 minutes, digital,premiered at the 33rd Festival International du Film sur l’Art, (FIFA), Montreal, Canada

2013

CUT, black & white, 7 minutes, digital, premiered at Tribeca Film Festival 2013.

2006

Lost / In Memoriam, color, 7 minutes, Tribeca Film Festival, New York; Film Forum, New York; MadCat Film Festival, San Francisco; 26th FIFA Festival International du Film Sur L’Art, 2008, Festival Laboratorio Immagine Donna, Florence, Italy, 2008.

2001

Docking at X, 7 minutes, silent, International Boxhead Ensemble Tour, 14 European Countries, 2001. Screened with live concert performance. Included in compilation, US Express, a history of American video, 2004. Exhibited in many countries including Townhouse Gallery, Cairo Egypt, American Center Rangoon, Burma, Bitola Macedonia Center for Contemporary Public Arts Elementi 2006.

Houses and Gardens, (work in progress), silent, screened with live concert performance at Sedgwick Theater, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

1991

To The Top, 7 minutes, premiered at the 28th New York Film Festival, Anthology Film Archives. San Francisco Art Institute International Film & Video Festival Award; Sinking Creek Film Celebration Award.

1989

Museum Documentary: Painted Earth, the Art of the Mimbres Indians, 16 minutes, produced and directed, commissioned by “The Program for Art on Film” of the Metropolitan and Getty Museums; American Film Festival, 1990; The National Gallery, Washington DC, and The Metropolitan Museum, 1990.

1987

One Art, 2 minutes, (director) premiered 1987 at the 25th New York Film Festival, produced by N.Y. Center for Visual History; aired on PBS “Voices and Visions,” Elizabeth Bishop, One Art, 1988, Berlin Film Festival, 1990. First Prize 5th Annual Suffolk Film & Video Festival.

Museum Documentary: Laura Gilpin, An Enduring Grace, 28 minutes, directed for the Amon Carter Museum; Flaherty Film Seminar, 1988; Finalist American Film & Video Festival, l987; and National Geographic, PBS, 1989. (Director)

1986

Loose Corner, film, 10 minutes, premiered 1986 opening night of the 24th New York Film Festival and aired on Independent Focus, Showtime and “Declarations of Independents” on the Learning Channel, 1988; The Walter Reade Theatre at Lincoln Center, 1994; Thomas A. Edison Black Maria Film & Video Festival Award; BACA Film Festival Award; Innumerable screenings.

1979

The Breakfast Table, video, 14 minutes, aired on PBS 1980 through 1985, “Night Flight,” Cable TV, 1982 invited INPUT ’80.

1978

Sea Travels, 11 minutes, premiered 1978 at the 16th New York Film Festival; aired on several local Public Television stations in 1979; Filmex, Los Angeles, 1979 and the Collective for Living Cinema, New York, 1985; The Walter Reade Theatre at Lincoln Center, 1994; Golden Athena, Athens International Film Festival; San Francisco Art Institute Film Festival award.

1975

Homage to Magritte, 10 minutes, premiered 1975 at “New Directors/New Films,” Museum of Modern Art, New York; at the 13th New York Film Festival and the “New American Filmmakers” series, Whitney Museum, New York, 1975; The Color of Ritual, the Color of Thought: Women Avant-garde Filmmakers in America 1930 – 2000, Whitney Museum, New York, 40 Years Film Forum, Museum of Modern Art, 2010; French Minister of Culture Award, Cine Golden Eagle Award; Cornell Cinema, Ithaca NY, 2003. NY Exposition Short Films, Goethe-Institute, London, 2008.

1972

Mr. Story, 28 minutes, (a collaboration with DeeDee Halleck,) premiered at “What’s Happening,” Museum of Modern Art and Donnell Library, 1973. Sinking Creek International Film Celebration Award.

1969

Back Track, 7 minutes, (a collaboration with Dennis Oppenheim,) premiered at The Information Show at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1969; The Kitchen, 1979; and Whitney Museum of Art, 2001.

1968-1980

Manhattan Doorway, 2 minutes, screened at Anthology Film Archives, 1977, 1988 and 1989; Cinemateque Francaise 2001.

1968

Permanent Wave, 3 minutes (film misdated), premiered at the Women’s Interart Center, 1974; Anthology Film Archives, 1977, 1988 and 1989; International Experimental Film Congress, Toronto, Canada, 1989; Cinemateque Francaise 2001, Shin Kong Cineplex. Taipei, Taiwan, 2006.