Sarah Pucill has been making 16mm films since completing her MA at the Slade in 1990. Since then her films, which have all received public funding, have been screened and won awards internationally at festivals, and have been staged in museums and galleries. Her retrospective screenings have included the Tate Britain, BFI Southbank, Anthology Film Archives (NY), Pleasure Dome (Toronto), Ecole des Beaux Arts, and LA FilmForum.
Kioto Aoki is a photographer and experimental filmmaker in Chicago. She is an analogue-image maker who explores different modes of perception via the nuances of time, space, form, light and movement. Recent work explores the dance film and the perception of motion between the still and the moving image. She received her MFA and BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Brian Lye is a filmmaker and visual artist from Vancouver, Canada. Lye’s lens-based works are preoccupied with magic, humor, and the everyday. His films and animations have won awards and screened at venues including Sundance Film Festival, Melbourne International Film Festival, the Contemporary Culture Centre of Barcelona and LIVE Vancouver’s Performance Art Biennale.
Joyce Wieland (1931-1998) is largely regarded as one of Canada's most influential and important artists. A multi-disciplinary artist who produced work in a wide variety of media, Wieland's intelligent and irreverent explorations of female sexuality, domestic life, ecology and Canadian nationalism put her at the forefront of feminist practice.
Chloe Reyes is a filmmaker from Los Angeles, California. She studied at the California Institute of the Arts and currently works at the Echo Park Film Center.
Fern Silva (b. 1982, USA/Portugal) is an artist who primarily works in 16mm. His films consider methods of narrative, ethnographic, and documentary filmmaking as the starting point for structural experimentation. He has created a body of film, video, and projection work that has been screened and performed at various festivals, galleries, museums and cinematheques. He studied art and cinema at the Massachusetts College of Art and Bard College. He is Visiting Faculty at Bennington College and is based in New York.
Michael Snow works in many mediums: film, photo-work, holographic work, music, bookworks, video and sound installation, sculpture, painting, drawing. His visual artworks are broadly collected and have been exhibited worldwide, including solo exhibitions at the National Gallery of Canada (Ottawa), The Hara Museum (Tokyo), The Museum of Modern Art (New York) and Centre Pompidou (Paris). His films have been shown extensively in festivals (London, New York, Rotterdam, Berlin) and are in such collections as the Oesterreichisches filmmuseum (Vienna) and Royal Belgian Film Archives (Brussels).