STATUS in post-production.
82 minute fine cut available for review upon request.
Estimated completion Sept. 2020.
AUDIENCE festivals, streaming, education
Mat Rappaport – Director & Writer
Mat Rappaport’s artwork has been exhibited in the United States and internationally in museums, galleries, film festivals and public spaces including the United Kingdom and the former Yugoslavia. His current work utilizes mobile video, performance, and photography to explore habitation, perception, and power as related to built environments. Rappaport is a co-initiator of V1B3 [www.v1b3.com], which seeks to shape the experience of urban environments through media-based interventions.
Rappaport has published essays in the iDMAa Journal and a chapter in the book Beyond Globalization: Making New Worlds in Media, Art and Social Practices by Rutgers University Press.
Rappaport’s photographic work is included in the Midwest Photographer’s Collection at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago. He has received fellowships from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Howard Foundation, the Mary L. Nohl Fund, the Montgomery County Ohio Cultural District, and the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee’s Center for 21st Century Studies. Rappaport received his MFA from the University of Notre Dame. Rappaport is an Associate Professor at Columbia College in Chicago.
Ted Hardin – Producer
After receiving his M.A. from Florida State University in German Film Studies and an M.F.A. from the Ohio State University in Film and Video, Ted Hardin worked with a variety of artists at the Wexner Center for the Arts in Ohio and the Banff Centre for the Arts in Canada as director of photography, director, editor, lighting director, and assistant director.
Ted has collaborated with the alternative media collective Paper Tiger Television in New York, and researched and shot the documentary, Dark Near-Death Experiences for German Television. His own experimental narratives and movement-based films have shown at festivals and galleries throughout the U.S. and Europe. Ted is a Film and Video Professor at Columbia College Chicago.
Andrew Henke – Editor
Andrew is a post-production focused, visual media creative whose work spans documentary & commercial practices. A graduate of the Cinema & Television Arts Department at Columbia College, Chicago, he cofounded Honey Jam, a musically driven, media collective. His work with Honey Jam has led to experience in a variety of roles inside the realms of creative & management highlighting Andrew’s passion for making process-centric content that aims to hybridize the discipline of documentary with contemporary formats & pacing of the social media age.