Amanda L. Katz

Amanda L.
Katz

Amanda Katz is a filmmaker drawing upon documentary, experimental, and performative modes to explore the intersection of the public and private, paying special attention to the way the built environment frames everyday life. Her films have received grants from institutions such as the New York State Council On The Arts and The Austrian Cultural Forum in New York. She works professionally as a film editor and cinematographer, is an Adjunct Lecturer at Hunter College, and has also taught 16mm filmmaking at the Mono No Aware workshops. Additionally, she proudly serves on the board for the avant-garde distribution organization The Film-Makers Cooperative and staffs at the annual Robert Flaherty Film Seminar. Amanda is an MFA candidate in Integrated Media Arts at Hunter College and lives in Brooklyn.

Films

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    Early 12 New York Song
    Animation
    Experimental

    Early 12 New York Song
    Amanda L. Katz

    color, sound, 3 min
    Rental format: DVD NTSC
    • Landscape / Architecture
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    Summer *steph chin in the summer
    Documentary
    Experimental

    Summer *steph chin in the summer
    Amanda L. Katz

    black and white, sound, 4.5 min
    Rental format: DVD NTSC
    • History
    • Personal / Diary / Journal
    • Ethnographic
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    I Still Live Here (A Self-Portrait)
    Documentary
    Experimental

    I Still Live Here (A Self-Portrait)
    Amanda L. Katz

    color, sound, 15 min
    Rental format: DVD NTSC
    • Biography & Autobiography
    • Personal / Diary / Journal
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    As You Pass By
    Documentary

    As You Pass By
    Amanda L. Katz

    color, sound, 10 min
    Rental formats: DVD NTSC, HD 1080p
    • History
    • Landscape / Architecture
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    4 Bed, 4 1/2 Bath
    Documentary

    4 Bed, 4 1/2 Bath
    Amanda L. Katz

    color, sound, 11 min
    Rental formats: DVD NTSC, HD 1080p
    • Biography & Autobiography
    • Family

Biography

Amanda Katz is a filmmaker drawing upon documentary, experimental, and performative modes to explore the intersection of the public and private, paying special attention to the way the built environment frames everyday life. Her films have received grants from institutions such as the New York State Council On The Arts and The Austrian Cultural Forum in New York. She works professionally as a film editor and cinematographer, is an Adjunct Lecturer at Hunter College, and has also taught 16mm filmmaking at the Mono No Aware workshops. Additionally, she proudly serves on the board for the avant-garde distribution organization The Film-Makers Cooperative and staffs at the annual Robert Flaherty Film Seminar. Amanda is an MFA candidate in Integrated Media Arts at Hunter College and lives in Brooklyn.