Thursday Night Lecture Series: Julie Zammarchi Excavating the Subconscious in Animation
October 20 - September 12, 2011
Julie Zammarchi— Look Out Below: Excavating the Subconscious in Animation
Zammarchi will screen and discuss a selection of animated shorts including her own work. The films shown all use animation as a medium for rooting out the minds’ hidden activities such as memory, dreams, fear and desire.
Julie Zammarchi has been creating animation for most of her adult life. Her award winning independent films have been screened at film festivals and theaters worldwide. She has worked with various clients and producers to make films for television , commercials, and museum installations. Client list includes: The Smithsonian Institute, The McCormick Freedom Museum in Chicago, Sesame Workshop , HBO, and Nickelodeon among others. She recently completed an independently produced animated film entitled, The Passenger. And Another for the documentary, Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison by Northern Light Productions. Zammarchi has taught at RISD, Harvard University, Emerson College, and The School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.