Experimental filmmaker

J. J. Murphy

J.J. Murphy was born in 1947 in Nueva Jersey is an experimental filmmaker, film writer and historian. His films typically explore the mechanical processes in which films are made, such as by manipulating the way the actual images are developed. His writing mostly focuses on indie films and the way those films' screenplays are structured. Murphy is also a scholar on the subject of Andy Warhol's filmmaking career, which is the subject of his second book, The Black Hole of the Camera.
Murphy’s films have screened at various showcases, film festivals, and major art museums around the world, including the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, Anthology Film Archives, the Museum of the Moving Image, the National Gallery of Art, The Austrian Film Museum (Vienna), The Barbican Film Centre (London), and the Centre Georges Pompidou (Paris).

He currently teaches film production, screenwriting, and film studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Source: https://www.undergroundfilmjournal.com/tag/j-j-murphy/

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