Ben Russell

Ben Russell (b.USA, 1976) is an art curator, photographer, video and filmmaker. His works have been screened in many different places, including a 14th-century belgian monastery, the basement of a police station, the Cinematheque of Japan, parisian storefronts, the Sundance film festivalel festival de Sundance and MoMA New York. He's been awarded with a grant by the Guggenheim Foundation. He currently lives in Chicago and teaches at the University of Illinois.

His films are available for rental at Canyon Cinema and Light Cone.

External links

  • Michael Sicinski reviews Let Each One Go Where He May in Cinema Scope

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United States

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