Elisabeth Subrin

Film Stills

Elisabeth Subrin's trilogy of experimental biographies have screened widely around the world, including The New York Film Festival, The Whitney Biennial, The Rotterdam and Vienna International Film Festivals and museums, galleries and universities internationally. Her films and videos have been critically received, receiving many awards including from the LA Film Critic's Association, The USA Film Festival, The Black Maria Film Festival and the New England Film Festival, as well as fellowships from the Guggenheim, Rockefeller, Andrea Frank and Creative Capital Foundations. Her work has been covered in The New York Times, Film Comment, The Village Voice, Filmmaker Magazine, Artforum and press internationally.

Subrin was a 2003 Sundance Institute Lab Fellow, participating in their Writer’s and Director’s Labs with her first feature length screenplay, Up. She is a 2004-05 Rockefeller Foundation Fellow and currently teaches in the Department of Visual and Environmental Studies at Harvard University. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.

Her videos are distributed by The Video Data Bank: www.vdb.org. 16mm prints can be acquired directly from the artist: subrin@mindspring.com.