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