Please join us here any time between 10am CST September 22nd and 5pm CST October 6th for a conversation with the filmmakers from We Take Everything With Us, moderated by Merit Thursday and Valerie Deus.
FilmNorth is thrilled to partner with the Walker Art Center to showcase new work by these wonderful artists from The North. Click here more information on artists and to view the films.
Sarah Abdel-Jelil is a Minneapolis-based, Mauritanian-American filmmaker, dancer, and choreographer whose artwork explores notions of home, movement, and liminal spaces.
Leila Awadallah is a Palestinian American dancer, choreographer, and filmmaker based between Minneapolis and Beirut, Lebanon.
Gisell Calderón is a first-generation Latinx artist based in Minneapolis whose multidisciplinary practice examines migration, class and labor dynamics, and the mobilized gaze.
Trevon Jakaar Coleman is a multidisciplinary artist living in Iowa City whose work explores alienation theory as a way to challenge expectations and perceptions of Black bodies, representations, and audience responsibility.
Lyn Corelle is a Minneapolis-based artist working across a number of mediums and the author of Bodybuilding Basics: A Field Guide for Young Naturalists.
Traci Hercher is an Illinois-born experimental filmmaker and educator.
Ellen Mueller is an interdisciplinary artist and the director of the MFA program at Minneapolis College of Art and Design.
Ryan Stopera is a Chinese American photographer, filmmaker, and educator based in Minneapolis, who has worked with community organizations for more than 15 years.
Julianna Villarosa is a Texas-born filmmaker and activist currently making work in Iowa City.
Xiaolu Wang is a Twin Cities–based filmmaker and narrative healer who grew up in the Muslim autonomous region of northwestern China.
Fionn Warren is an emerging filmmaker originally from Maine and now based in Minneapolis, whose work explores the nuances and complexities of queer existence, often through a lens of intersectional trans/gender experiences.