Julie Mallozzi

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Julie Mallozzi

Julie Mallozzi is an independent documentary filmmaker whose work explores the fluidity of cultural identity and historical memory. Julie’s films have been supported by Sundance Documentary Fund, ITVS, the Center for Asian American Media (CAAM), LEF Foundation and Humanities Foundations. Her recent film Monkey Dance screened at festivals around the world and was broadcast nationally on Public Television in 2006. Julie has served as a consultant and editor for several films, including editing Ross McElwee’s In Paraguay. She received her BA from Harvard University and her MFA from San Francisco Art Institute. Julie has taught filmmaking at Harvard University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and Boston University.

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