Animal Film - 2001 Fellowship
A documentary that will explore whether we as humans can consciously change our relationships to animals and whether this effort could begin to change our relationships with other people, especially those who we identify as not ourselves.
Lear '87 (Condensed) (2002) - 1989 Fellowship
A six-hour archive on DVD of Mabou Mines theatrical process on Lear, a fully gender-reversed production of Shakespeare's tragedy set in Appalachia in the 1950s.
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Chicago, IL 60614
Lear 87 Archive (condensed) (2002)
What Farocki Taught (1998)
Roy Cohn/Jack Smith (1995)
Waiting for the Moon (1987)
Far from Poland (1984)
Antonia: Portrait of a Woman (1975)
Professor, Department of Film, Television and Theatre, University of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN since 1992
Retrospectives: Febiofest, 2002, Prague; New York Universitys Center for Media, Culture and History, 1999, and International House in Philadelphia, 1989
First Prize, Sundance Film Festival, 1987
Academy Award Nomination for Feature Documentary, 1975
1965 BA, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Jill Godmilow's films screened in a retrospective at FebioFest in Prague in February. Included in the retrospective were What Farocki Taugh, her remake of Harun Farocki's German film, Indistinguishable Fire, Waiting for the Moon, a fictional biography of Alice B. Toklas and Gertrude Stein, and Antonia: Portrait of the Woman, a biography of Dr. Antonia Brico, the first woman symphony conductor.
Jill Godmilow screened What Farocki Taught, her remake of Harun Farocki's German film, Indistinguishable Fire about the development of Napalm B by Dow Chemical during the Vietnam War at the Philadelphia community media center Scribe in October.
Is having a community of artists a beneficial component to your work?
Duh! That's all I've got. I can't make art/film without the inspiration and challenge and good will of others.