Naomi Uman is an American experimental filmmaker most well known for hand-processing both her own footage and found footage. However, most recently she's been focused on producing a series of short films that explore her Ukranian heritage. Also, previously to becoming a filmmaker, she was a private chef to Malcolm Forbes, Calvin Klein and Gloria Vanderbilt.
Tin Woodman’s Home Movie #2 (2009) (with Lee Lynch)
Unnamed Film (2008)
On This Day (2008)
Developing Memory (2002)
Hand Eye Coordination (2002)
Private Movie (2000)
Mala Leche (1998)
Peripheral Produce, the Portland, OR based underground film DVD distributor is having a major sale this summer, offering many of their discs for just $10.
The fourth annual Migrating Forms media festival includes new work by Naomi Uman, Jesse McLean and Laida Lerxtundi; a special program curated by Ed Halter; a celebration of Chuck Jones and a ton more.
The 19th annual $100 Film Festival in Calgary is having a retrospective of Alexandre Larose, plus films by Jodie Mack, Greg Hanson and more.
Among the highlights of the 19th annual $100 Film Festival are films by Naomi Uman, Zach Iannazzi, Paul Clipson, Jodie Mack and more.
Toronto’s 2010 Images Festival runs April 1-10 and will screen films by Zachary Epcar, Laida Lertxundi, Kevin Jerome Everson, Naomi Uman and a lot more.
The 48th annual Ann Arbor Film Festival is a celebration of underground film past and present with classic retrospectives and fantastic new work.
Feb. 16: American underground filmmaker Naomi Uman will present four films from her Ukranian Time Machine cycle of films about life in the Ukraine.
The 48th Ann Arbor Film Festival has announced their Special and Free programs, including work by Naomi Uman, Sabine Gruffat, Nicky Hamlyn and more.
Jan. 15: Chicago Filmmakers hosts a screening of Mike Plante’s Lunchfilm short film series that includes films by Naomi Uman, David Fenster and more.
At the 2009 AFI Fest, Mike Plante screened 13 amazing short films from his Lunchfilm project, including films by Naomi Uman and Brent Green.