Abigail Child is an American experimental filmmaker whose work explores feminist issues, focuses on strategies for rewriting narrative and experiment with audio and visual collage. Her more recent work sheds light into underground and foreign cultures.
She has also created multiple-screen gallery installations, and has written several books of poetry and critical analysis.
You can learn more about this filmmaker at her official website.
A Shape of Error (2011)
The Suburban Trilogy (2011)
Hacking Empire (2010)
Riding the Tiger: Letters from Capitalist China (2010)
If I Can Sing a Song about Ligatures (2009)
Surf and Turf (2008-11)
On The Downlow (2007)
Mirror World (2006)
To and No Fro (2005)
Blonde Fur (2004)
The Party (2004)
The Future Is Behind You (2004)
Cake and Steak (2004)
The Milky Way (2003)
Dark Dark (2001)
Surface Noise (2000)
Below the New (1999)
Through the Looking Lass (1993)
8 Million (1992)
Covert Action (1984)
Pacific Far East Line (1979)
Peripeteia II (1978)
Daylight Test Section (1978)
Peripeteia I (1977)
Some Exterior Presence (1977)
Tar Garden (1975)
Mother Movie (1973)
Except the People (1970)
2012 NFPF Avant-Garde Masters Grants Announced + Screenings
The National Film Preservation Foundation and The Film Foundation have awarded their annual Avant-Garde Masters Grants for 2012, which will save films by Mike Kuchar, Ian Hugo, Jud Yalkut and more.
2011 Ann Arbor Film Festival: Official Lineup
The 49th annual Ann Arbor Film Festival has films by Vanessa Renwick, Marie Losier, Sam Green, Jodie Mack, Stan Brakhage and more.
Millennium Film Workshop: Migration / Dislocation
Feb. 12: Celebrating the publication of Millennium Film Journal #53, the Workshop will screen several short films discussed in the issue.
Millennium Film Journal: Presence
May 15: Celebrating the publication of issue 52 of Millennium Film Journal will be a screening of films by Martha Colburn, Peggy Ahwesh and more.
Underground Film Yearbook: 1978
Notable underground film events of 1978 were the beginning of the No Wave movement, Amos Poe directing The Foreigner and the launch of Glenn O’Brien’s TV Party.
Underground Film Yearbook: 1977
Notable underground film events of 1977 were John Waters directing Desperate Living and David Lynch making Eraserhead, plus Ric Shore’s brilliant Punking Out.
2007 Sydney Underground Film Festival: Official Lineup
Australian filmmaker Stefan Popescu has launched the first Sydney Underground Film Festival and is screening films by Martha Colburn and Peggy Ahwesh.