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Art historian Natalie Musteata specializes in modern and contemporary art, with an emphasis on performance, film, and exhibition history.
Production & Programming
Film stills from The Appointment, written & directed by Alexandre Singh, produced by Natalie Musteata & EMU films, 2019. Exhibited at the Legion of Honor, Fine Arts Museum, San Francisco, in A Gothic Tale, September 2019-December 2020; Metro Pictures Gallery, New York, October-November, 2019; Prague International Indie Film Festival, September 2020; H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival, Portland, Oregon, October, 2020; Screamfest Horror Film Festival, Los Angeles, October 2020; Frightfest, London, United Kingdom, October 2020; Dublin International Short Film & Music Festival, Ireland, October 2020; Telluride Horror Show, Colorado, October 2020; Fargo Fantastic Film Festival, North Dakota, October 2020; Nightmares Film Festival, Columbus, Ohio, October 2020; Kino Der Kunst Film Festival, Munich, Germany, November 2020; Morbido Fest, Mexico City, November 2020; PÖFF Shorts, Black Nights Film Festival, Tallinn, Estonia, November 2020; Norwich Film Festival, United Kingdom, November 2020; Fantafestival, Rome, Italy, November 2020; Visioni Fantastiche, Fantastic Visions Film Festival, Ravenna, Italy, November 2020; Miami Short Film Festival, November 2020; New York City Horror Film Festival, December 2020; New Filmmakers New York, April 2021.
"Make Sure You're Not Being Watched: An Evening of Anarchist Film," Interference Archive, New York, 2013.
"If I can't dance to it, it's not my revolution," Film Program, Haverford College, 2014.
"Moving Images in Theory and Practice," The Center for Humanities, The Graduate Center, CUNY, 2014.
"Alternative Visions 2008: Bay Area Student Experimental Film Festival," Berkeley Art Museum, Pacific Film Archive, 2008.
For a complete list of film work, see CV.
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