foraged footage with gina telaroli

Full Spectrum Features and The Overlook present Foraged Footage with Gina Telaroli, the second edition in FSF's Visiting Artist Series featuring NYC-based filmmaker, critic, programmer, and video archivist, Gina Telaroli. Foraged Footage will look at Telaroli’s works through the lens of appropriation, discussing the cultural importance of such work and raising the questions of how to navigate its legalities. This full day event will feature screenings, panels, workshops, and an exhibition to celebrate Telaroli’s films and illuminate the challenges that often arise when working with appropriative art and found footage.





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Gina Telaroli was born on an early Wednesday morning into the lap of Reagan, with her sun in Taurus and her moon in Capricorn. She is a Cleveland, Ohio-raised and currently NYC-based filmmaker, critic, programmer, and video archivist at Martin Scorsese’s Sikelia Productions. Her feature and short film work has screened at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, Anthology Film Archives, BAM, the Museum of the Moving Image, the Cleveland Museum of Art, and the Cinemateca Portuguesa, among others.  She has edited and contributed to comprehensive anthologies on the work of William A. Wellman, Allan Dwan, and Tony Scott, as well as curating or consulting on film series devoted to their work at MoMA, Il Cinema Ritrovato, the George Eastman Museum and more. Her most recent film, THIS CASTLE KEEP, premiered at the New York Film Festival. Currently she is in post-production on a new short film entitled THE MAKING OF MONTE VERITA, co-directed with filmmaker and researcher Erin Espelie. She is also working on an illustrated monograph about Henry King with filmmaker and translator Ted Fendt. IG / Filmmaker Magazine profile.


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