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Emerging Director Member
"The Vanishing Point" (1998, 16 mm, Black and White): A
series of photos reveal to a woman that she is being hunted. To view this
film in full, visit www.ifilm.com.
Screened on Northwest Airlines via Independents in Flight (IFP/N); screened
on DirectTV in Japan via TVMan Union Inc.; screened on KPBS in San Diego;
IFFM Showcase in Tokyo, Japan; New York International Independent Film
and Video Festival; IFC2000; No Dance Film Festival; Austin Heart of Film
Festival; Hardacre Film Festival. Currently being developed as a feature.