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Assistant Professor of Film and Media Studies
Theatre, Dance and Film, International Studies



Office: MEY212


Jeremy Moss is a moving image artist working in both 16mm and digital video. His projects explore and interrogate bodies, identities, and places shaped by rigid boundaries and porous peripheries. Trained in narrative filmmaking, his work has grown increasingly personal, lyrical, and structural with a heightened interest in formal interrogations of dance, landscape, and the essay. Recent and past films, including The Blue Record (2013), That Dizzying Crest (2013), The Sight (2012), Chroma (2012), Those Inescapable Slivers of Celluloid (2011), Gods of Light, Idols of Mud (2007), and Muzzle (2006), have exhibited widely at festivals and venues throughout the globe, including Edinburgh International, Chicago Underground, Brooklyn, Crossroads, Cinequest, Athens, Maryland, and Anthology Film Archive in New York. 


  • B.A. in English Literature, University of Utah - Salt Lake City, UT
  • M.F.A. in Filmmaking, Ohio University - Athens, OH



  • Cicatrix (10 min, 16mm, b&w/color, sound)
  • (un)tethered (10 min, digital video, color, sound)
  • The Blue Record (15 min, 16mm, color, sound)
  • That Dizzying Crest (10 min, 16mm, color, sound)
  • The Sight (5 min, 16mm, b&w/color, sound)
  • Chroma (3 min, digital video, color, silent)
  • Constructs (5 min, digital video, color, sound)
  • Those Inescapable Slivers of Celluloid (6 min, Super8, color, sound)           
  • Ghosts_20 (3 min, digital video, color, sound)
  • Give Me A Dram (14 min, 16mm, b&w, sound)
  • Out of the Holes of the Rocks narrative (10 min, digital video, color, sound)
  • Gods of Light, Idols of Mud (22 min, 16mm, b&w, sound)
  • Muzzle (10 min, 16mm, b&w, sound)
  • Downwind (13 min, digital video, color, sound) 
  • Death Dies (2 min, 16mm, b&w, sound)

Course Information

Sex, Dreams, and Cinema
Fundamentals of Motion Picture Production
Artisanal Cinema
Narrative Workshop
Experimental Workshop
Documentary Workshop
Film History
Film Genre: Demons & Dancers
Latin American Cinema
Introduction to Film & Media Studies
French New Wave & Beyond
Spanish Auteurs (Buñuel & Almodovar)
16m Film Techniques