Mireia Sallarès with Jill Godmilow

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icon-jorgensen-lectureJorgensen Guest Filmmaker Series

Mireia Sallarès with Jill Godmilow

  1. Thursday, October 10, 2013 3:00 p.m.
Image from the movie Mireia Sallares
Mireia Sallarès (Barcelona 1973) studied Fine Arts at the Universitat de Barcelona, and film at the New School University and at Film & Video Arts, New York. She works as an independent documentary filmmaker and lives between Barcelona, Mexico City and other cities, where she produces her artistic projects.


More information on the screenings of Las Muertes Chiquitas can be found here. These events are sponsored in part by The Kinsey Institute.

This Jorgensen Lecture will be interview format. Ms. Sallarès will be interviewed by filmmaker Jill Godmilow, who has written on Las Muertes Chiquitas and been a champion for the film's release.

Jill Godmilow
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As a producer/director, Jill Godmilow has earned a substantial reputation during more than four decades of film and video making. Considered one of the primary theoreticians/practitioners in the American non-fiction genre, she has been interviewed in American Film, Afterimage, In These Times, The Independent, History and Theory, Text Performance Quarterly and featured in international festivals since 1973.

Her nonfiction films include What Farocki Taught, Far from Poland, Antonia: A Portrait of a Woman and Roy Cohn/Jack Smith and her dramatic feature film Waiting for the Moon won first prize at Sundance Film Festival in 1987. She was the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship and two Rockefeller Foundation Fellowships.