GREETINGS, FRIEND.

I will be spending most of the month of August walking the Pacific Crest Trail in Oregon. When I return: I'll put up a new website with exciting new content! You'll be able to view my previous projects and learn about my new leads. If you'd like to be in touch about anything at all, let's plan to connect in September. If you are looking for information on my latest documentary film, see: The Gentleman Bank Robber. Till then! - Julie Perini on July 25, 2018


BIO: Julie Perini makes experimental and documentary videos and films. Preoccupied with daily life, her short-form personal works are autobiographical, self-reflective, and expressive. Her documentary feature films are produced within and alongside contemporary social movements. She is co-director, with Jodi Darby and Erin Yanke, of the documentary feature film, Arresting Power: Resisting Police Violence in Portland, Oregon (2015) distributed by Collective Eye Films. You might like to treat yourself to a peak at her daily & monthly video project, the Minute Movies. One more cool thing about Julie: she is a backcountry guide with the arts/environmental organization Signal Fire.

Upcoming Events

Backcountry Film Workshop
September 9-15, 2018
lead guide/teacher for this exciting new Signal Fire trip

Not Sorry #1: Heritage 
Screening of Suffragette Slasher (2008, 3 minutes)
Part of the program, Not Sorry: Feminist Experimental Film from the 1970s to Today
Curated by Mia Ferm, inspired by the book Film Feminisms by Dr. Kristin Hole & Dr. Dijana Jelača
Sunday, October 7, 2018 / 7:00pm
Northwest Film Center
Portland, Oregon

see Gentleman Bank Robber film page for upcoming screenings