Jeremy Moss creates films and videos that often overlap and blend a number of genres, modes, and gestures -- including, speculative nonfiction, expressionism, surrealism, diary film, dance film, and 16mm film emulsion-based abstraction. His films insist on fluidity, betweenness, and seismic sudden shifts in experience and perception. With a constant attention to movement -- wavering bodies, moving landscapes, glimmering frames -- his films sustain a sensory resistance to fixedness, steadiness, and standing still.
Moss' work has screened at a variety of festivals and exhibition venues including the Edinburgh International Film Festival, Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival, Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival, CROSSROADS, Chicago Underground Film Festival, Anthology Film Archives, UnionDocs and TIFF Bell Lightbox. He has also presented solo programs at the Echo Park Film Center, the Northwest Film Forum, San Francisco Cinematheque, among others.
FLM 226 Motion Picture Production
FLM 261 Writing for the Screen
FLM 320 Narrative and Collaboration
FLM 324 Alternative Forms and Practices: Found Footage
FLM 324 Alternative Forms and Practices: 16mm Filmmaking
FLM 330 Experimental Film and Video
FLM 332 Documentary Film and Video
FLM 341 Special Topic in Film and Media: Revolutionary Cinema
FLM 341 Special Topic in Film and Media: Surrealist Cinema
FLM 341 Special Topic in Film and Media: Programming/exhibition
FLM 341 Special Topic in Film and Media: Contemporary Arthouse
FLM 341 Special Topic in Film and Media: Latin American Cinema
FLM 440 Advanced Topic in Film and Media: The Short Film