Julie Murray was born in Dublin where she began her artistic career as a painter and photographer. Upon moving to NYC in 1985, she took up experimental filmmaking as well. Her films frequently combine found and original footage to create altered realities.
Detroit Park (2006)
I Began to Wish (2003)
If You Stand With Your Back to the Slowing of the Speed of Light in Water (1999)
A Legend of Parts (1990)
Tr’Cheot’My P’y (1988)
Continuing into 1999 at the Collective Unconscious theater space in NYC, the RBMC — co-programmed by Brian L. Frye and Bradley Eros — went on hiatus for the first week of the year, but resumed on January 12. Below is a list of screenings from then until a May 18 event that celebrated the RBMC’s first full year of existence.
Brian L. Frye programmed the first screening on May 12, 1998 at the Collective Unconscious theater space. The screening included the feature-length documentary Underground by Emile de Antonio about the left-wing militant group the Weather Underground
The Ann Arbor Film Festival celebrates its 53rd edition on March 24-29 with a colossal selection of experimental films by Ben Russell, Jennifer Reeder and loads more.
The National Film Preservation Foundation has awarded their annual Avant-Garde Masters Grants, to films by Tommy Turner, Julie Murray and more to be preserved.
The 49th annual Ann Arbor Film Festival has films by Vanessa Renwick, Marie Losier, Sam Green, Jodie Mack, Stan Brakhage and more.
The 16th annual Media City in Windsor and Detroit will begin with Kevin Jerome Everson’s Erie, plus screen films by Michael Snow, Robert Todd and more.
The 21st annual Onion City Experimental Film and Video Festival is a five-day event of great films, including ones by Ken Jacobs, Kerry Laitala and more.
The 2009 Milwaukee Underground Film Festival has given out awards to filmmakers Scott Stark, Zachary Iannazzi, Michael Robinson and more.
The 2009 Milwaukee Underground Film Festival is screening films by Clint Enns, Neil Ira Needleman, Michael Robinson and other filmmakers from around the globe.
Underground film screening series Light Industry is hosting a special curated event in honor of the late Bruce Conner, plus several more special events.