Where Do Movies Go?
Nashville International Film Festival
This panel explores how filmmakers and artists collaborate with archives to reuse, sample, and recontextualize archival audiovisual footage. The panel will help filmmakers navigate the sometimes tricky routes to accessing rare historic footage, talk about where your film goes after its production run (and what happens when your own film becomes historic footage), and we will chat with filmmakers and archivists about their most innovative uses of archival footage.
Panel: Moderator: Kelli Hix, Audiovisual Archivist; Filmmaker and Archivist: Ina Archer; Filmmaker: Tom Neff; Archivist, Historian, Librarian: Rick Prelinger; Filmmakers: Tom Neff and Shelly Haysc
Archives Artist in Residence Program
Nashville Metro Archives
I founded the Metro Nashville Archives Artist in Residence program in 2019 and I curate the artist selection process with a panel. AIR pays a local artist to create a new work incorporating archival audiovisual recordings. It is supported by the Nashville Public Library Foundation.
A Selection of Films About Music
Orphans Midwest Film Symposium
In 2013 I curated a program for Indiana University Bloomington and the Orphans Film Symposium exploring orphan films with a relationship to music and sound.
Audiovisual Curation, Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
The Bakersfield Sound
Always: Patsy Cline
Chet Atkins: Certified Guitar Player
Tammy Wynette: First Lady of Country Music.