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Since 1969, Dominic Angerame has made more than 35 films that have been shown and won awards in film festivals around the world. He has also been honored by two Cine Probe Series at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City -- in 1993 and in June 1998. His most recent work Anaconda Targets (2004) is being exhibited at the Toronto International Film Festival, Onion City Film Festival, Chicago, New York Film Festival, and the Vienalle in Vienna and will screen at the Hong Kong International Film Festival, Rotterdam Film Festival, Nashville Film Festival, and many more.
His series of films Battle Stations—A Navel Adventure (2002), Pixiescope (2003), The Waifen Maiden (2003), and Consume (2003). These films are in the process of being screened in festivals around the world, including Turino Film Festival, Madrid, Recontres Paris/Berlin and more information regarding them is available by request. They were also exhibited by the San Francisco Cinematheque at the Yerba Buena Center on December 11, 2003
Angerame teaches filmmaking/cinema studies/criticism the San Francisco Art Institute as a visiting artist. He has also taught film production and cinema studies at the University of California Berkeley, Extension, New College of California; and has been a guest lecturer and visiting artist for Stanford University, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, the Graduate School of Theology in Berkeley, and others.
Dominic Angerame has been the Executive Director of Canyon Cinema for the past twenty years. Under his leadership Canyon Cinema has become one of the world’s most renowned distributors of avant garde and experimental films. Canyon Cinema’s contribution to the field of experimental/avant garde filmmaking is historic and heroic.
For his filmmaking projects, Angerame has been awarded film productions grants from The Illinois Arts Council; Samuel B. Mayer Foundation; three grants from the National Endowment for the Arts Western Regional Fellowships, The Film Arts Foundation. In the Spring of 1999 Mr. Angerame curated a series of fourteen film programs for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. This extremely successful series was called SHAKE THE NATION and traced the development of avant garde filmmaking in San Francisco from 1939 to the present. Mr. Angerame has been nominated for a John D. Rockefeller Foundation Grant in Filmmaking for the year 2000. Dominic’s film “In the Course of Human Events (1997) of a group exhibition held at the Fondation Cartier in Paris from November 2002 through March 2003 entitled “Ce Qui Arrive” curated by noted urbanist Paul Virilio.
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