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About Marian Luntz

Marian Luntz, curator of film and video, has worked at the Museum since 1990. In a career focused on the world of independent film and media art, she previously held positions with Kino International, the American Film Institute, the American Federation for the Arts, and the Southwest Alternate Media Project (SWAMP).

Posts by Marian Luntz

  1. 14 Sep
    Mon / 2015
    Short films have always been part of the Museum's offerings, and our audiences enjoy them very much. Since we have several coming up, I've been thinking about short-form filmmaking lately. Many artists, students, and filmmakers start out creating shorts. Martin Scorsese memorably interviewed his parents early in his career for a short film, “Italianamerican.” Houston-born Richard Linklater (“Boyhood”; “Slacker”) . . .

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  2. 16 Mar
    Mon / 2015
    It's an exciting time for Turkish cinema! After attending the Golden Boll Film Festival in Turkey last fall, I set about choosing the films for this year’s Turkish Film Festival at the Museum.

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  3. 21 Oct
    Sun / 2012
    This weekend, the museum presents a revival of three French movie classics from the 1970s and 1980s. The film series "Blier/Depardieu" celebrates the collaboration between the much-lauded writer-director Bertrand Blier and actor Gérard Depardieu.

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