Field-Of-Study: Film

Deborah Shaffer

Deborah Shaffer began making social issue documentaries in the early 1970s, as a member of the Newsreel Collective.  In 1972, she cofounded Pandora Films, a women’s production company, which produced How About You? and Chris and Bernie.  In 1979 she made the labor history documentary The Wobblies, which was shown at the New York Film

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Ben Russell

Ben Russell is an itinerant photographer, curator, and experimental film/videomaker whose works have screened in spaces ranging from 14th Century Belgian monasteries to 17th Century East Indian Trading Company buildings, police station basements to outdoor punk squats, Japanese cinematheques to Parisian storefronts, and the Sundance Film Festival to the Museum of Modern Art (solo).  He

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Oren D. Rudavsky

New York-based filmmaker Oren Rudavsky will be working on a number of projects during his Guggenheim Fellowship term: currently he is producing both the third installment of Time for School for the PBS series Wide Angle, and The Zionist Idea, a film funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH).  For this year’s Whitney

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