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Selected Awards, Festivals, and Good News

2018 Bullets for Breakfast & HF early films Glass Shadows & From the Ladies will be re-released via new DVD produced by Re-Voir, Paris, FR

2018 Spring launch, hollyfisherfilm.com – new website, in which all personal works by HF are linked for VOD via Re-Voir, Paris, FR. Digital Prints available via website.

2018 Watermen restored for preservation & streaming per grant secured by Folkstreams

2017 Ghostdance for a New Century, with live performance by composer/cellist Ha-Yang Kin, ENDE THYMES 8: Novo Apocalypso, Brooklyn, NY. Also with live performance, The Stone, NYC

2017 2 X 2 “Off the Wall” Storefront Installation, The Ann Arbor Film Festival, Ann Arbor, MI

2017 Split Infinities, The Filmette Film Festival, sponsored by Harvestworks, NYC

2017 2 X 2, The Filmette Film Festival, sponsored by Harvestworks, NYC

2015 A Question of Sunlight, t h i n k t a n k, Deafening Silence, Remy Awards, World/Fest, Houston, TX

2015 Bullets for Breakfast & Ghostdance for a New Century (with live performance, composer/cellist Ha-Yang Kim) Microscope Gallery, NYC

2014 Everywhere at Once, Women’s Study Research Center, Mount Holyoke College, Holyoke, MA

2013 Deafening Silence, A Question of Sunlight, featured guest, The Athens International Film Festival, Athens, Ohio

2013 POWER/PLAY, Two-Person Video (t h i n k t a n k) & Digital Print Installation, The Augusta Savage Gallery, UMASS/Amherst, MA

2010 Everywhere at Once, Festival of International Film Arts, Montreal, Canada

2008 Everywhere at Once, World Premier, TriBeCa Film Festival, NYC

2007 Everywhere at Once, Avant-première, Cannes Film Festival

2004 Artist-in-Residence, Cal-Arts, Los Angeles, CA

2003 Kalama Sutta: Seeing is Believing, The Flaherty Film Seminar, by invitation

2003 Bullets for Breakfast & Kalama Sutta: Seeing is Believing, Broadcast, Free Speech TV, USA

2002 Kalama Sutta: Seeing is Believing, Feminale Film Festival, Cologne, Germany

2001 Kalama Sutta: Seeing is Believing, World Premier, The Forum of the Berlinale, Berlin, Germany

2000 – 2001 The Wellspring Foundation, The Mary Duke Biddle Foundation, The Norwegian Burma Council, The Rockwood Fund, Democratic Voice of Burma, The Brooklyn Arts Council, Film Production Grants

1999 Kalama Sutta: Seeing is Believing (work-in-progress) by invitation, The Hague Appeal for Peace Conference, Netherlands

1997-2000 NYSCA, Artist Grants (production/post/distribution)

1997 The Jerome Foundation, Artist Grant

1996 Artist-in-Residence, California School of the Arts, Los Angeles, CA

1995 The Films of Holly Fisher, Retrospective, The Museum of Modern Art, New York

1994 Bullets for Breakfast, The Pleasure Dome, Toronto, Canada; Film Forum at The Gene Autry Museum, Los Angeles, CA

1993 Bullets for Breakfast, The Human Rights Watch Film Festival, Amsterdam, others

1993 Bullets for Breakfast, The Whitney Biennial, NYC

1992 Bullets for Breakfast, The Galway Film Fleadh, The Stockholm International Film Festival, The London Film Festival, The Chicago Film Festival, Haifa International Film Festival, others

1992 Bullets for Breakfast, Best Experimental Film, Ann Arbor Film Festival

1992 Bullets for Breakfast, World Premiere, The Forum of the Berlinale, Berlin, Germany

1989 Editor, Who Killed Vincent Chin?, nominated for the Academy Award

1988 CAPS Grant Awards Jury

1987 CAPS Artist Grant

1986 Jury, Oberhausen Short Film Festival

1985 s o f t s h o e, Oberhausen Short Film Festival

1985 Rushlight (aka Here Today Gone Tomorrow), Grand Prize, Black Maria Film Festival

1985 Rushlight (aka Here Today Gone Tomorrow), Whitney Biennial, New York

1980 Glass Shadows, Oberhausen Short Film Festival

1977 Massachusetts Council on the Arts, Filmmaker Production Grant

1976 Massachusetts Council on the Arts, Artist-in-Residence Grant

1974 Apple Summer, The Flaherty Film Seminar, MA

1968 Bought 2nd hand Bolex

1968 Watermen, Bronze Medal, The Atlanta International Film Festival (given by Cloretta Scott King)

1968 Watermen, World Premier, Constitution Hall, sponsored by The National Geographic, Washington, DC

1966 Progress, Pork-Barrel, and Pheasant Feathers, Blue Ribbon, The EFLA Film Festival, NYC

1966 Progress, Pork-Barrel, and Pheasant Feathers, picked up for Distribution by Leo Dratfield, Contemporary Films

1965 WGBH-TV, Editor’s Assistant – left to co-make 1st film

1964-5 The Bert Stern Photography Studio, 1st film job


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