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Nellie Kluz makes nonfiction films about collective rituals and the infrastructures that support them.
Her work has screened at venues including Camden International Film Festival, Chicago Underground Film Festival, European Media Art Festival, International Film Festival Rotterdam, Maryland Film Festival, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, the UnionDocs Center for Documentary Art, and others. She received an MFA in Moving Image from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and was named one of Filmmaker Magazine's "25 Faces of Independent Film" for 2017.
She has taught filmmaking at the California Institute of the Arts and at the University of Iowa. She also works as a cameraperson on others' projects, most recently the HBO show How to With John Wilson.
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