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Jennifer Reeder


Jennifer Reeder


Tuesday, March 12 at 6:30 pm


VAC 1B20, CU-Boulder

She constructs very personal narratives about landscapes, coincidence and trauma. She is currently making revisions to Forevering, her second feature length original screenplay. Forevering won the Screenwriting competition at the 2009 Canada Film Festival. A short adaptation of Forevering, called Seven Songs About Thunder is currently touring and won Best Narrative at the 2010 Ann Arbor Film Festival. SSAT also screened at the Short Film Festival in Oberhausen and Hamburg, Germany and at the Chicago Underground and Dallas Film Festival. Tears Cannot Restore her: Therefore, I weep is A subsequent short film also adapted from Forevering. It was featured in a recent solo exhibition at both the Andrew Rafacz Gallery in Chicago and the Wexner Center for the Arts in Columbus Ohio. Tears recently premiered at the 2011 Ann Arbor Film festival and screened at the Dallas Video Festival and the Chicago Underground Film Festival.

She recently received an Artist-in-Residence award The Wexner Center for the Arts to produce her first Feature Length Narrative HD movie from an original script called, Accidents at Home and How They Happen. She recently received another artist-in-residence award from the San Francisco Art Institute, The Bay Area Video Coalition and Riorden Studios to produce a short movie from her original script entitled, A Heart and Other Small Shapes. This movie premiered at the 35th International Film Festival, Rotterdam in January 2006 and was awarded the Jury Citation

This event is presented in collaboration with the 9th Annual Brakhage Center Symposium taking place March 15th, 16th, and 17th 2013. Please visit:


This event is part of the Visiting Artist Program

We would like to thank our students for making this program possible with funding from Art and Art History Student Activities Fees.

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