Born in 1949 in New York, Dominic Angerame teaches, lives and works in San Francisco. Since 1969, he has directed over thirty-five films screened and awarded in many festivals around the world. He teaches directing, cinematography and criticism at the University of Berkeley in California, San Francisco Art Institute and also acted as professor and associate artist in many institutions. He led for more than 30 years of Canyon Cinema distribution cooperative. His work is greatly influenced by the avant-garde cinema, particularly the 1920s and 1930s, and explores the cycle of destruction and construction imposed by man on his urban environment, constantly changing.
- Marseille Vieux Port (Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, 1929, 16 mm, b&w, silent, 9' 00)
- Continuum (Dominic Angerame, 1987, 16 mm, b&w, silent, 15' 00)
- Deconstruction Sight (Dominic Angerame, 1990, 16 mm, b&w, sound, 12' 00)
- Premonition (Dominic Angerame, 1995, 16 mm, b&w, sound, 10' 00)
- In the course of human events (Dominic Angerame, 1997, 16 mm, b&w, sound, 25' 00)
- The soul of things (Dominic Angerame, 2010, 16 mm, b&w, silent, 15' 00)