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Dan Barnett

Dan Barnett


Daniel Barnett studied analytic philosophy with K.J. Shah who was a student of Ludwig Wittgenstein's. He has been making films continuously since 1967. He was union-trained as an editor, has worked professionally as director of photography, sound recordist, sound and picture editor, producer, writer and most recently Executive Producer for Educational Projects at bePictures, Inc. in San Rafael CA. He has taught film production and film theory at SUNY Binghamton, Mass College of Art, UMASS, Boston, The San Francisco Art Institute and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and is the author of the book 'Movement as Meaning in Experimental Film' published by Editions Rodopi, Amsterdam & NY in 2008. He has produced hundreds of film experiments and experimental films, won a National Endowment for the Arts grant as well as many other regional grants and awards. His films are in collections in New Zealand, Australia and France.

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