Films by Stephanie Barber

Posted by | Conversations at the Edge | Posted on | March 3, 2005

Thursday, March 3, 2005, 8:15pm

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Stephanie Barber in person!

Prolific Milwaukee-based filmmaker and artist Stephanie Barber has been featured in solo shows at the New York Film Festival’s Views From the Avant-Garde and the Museum of Modern Art’s Cineprobe series and has established herself over the past decade as an extraordinary and singular filmmaker, winning awards and acclaim at festivals and venues all over the world. Tonight Barber brings us a diverse selection of her work, including: her classic, Flower, The Boy, The Librarian (1997); the love-it-or-hate-it world of a talking bag-puppets in Dogs (2000); Metronome (1998), a film about the loss of love; the necessarily participatory Total Power Dead Dead Dead (2005); Shipfilm (1998); Letters, Notes (2000); and the world premiere of Barber’s latest creation, Catalog (2005). Barber will discuss her films throughout the presentation (KJ Mohr). 1997-2005, Stephanie Barber, USA, ca. 57 min, 16mm.

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