Pam Minty is a filmmaker based in Portland, Oregon. Her work explores landscape and history through the sound/image relationship of moving images. Finding inspiration at the intersection of structuralist film and direct cinema documentary, her work seeks to engage the viewer in an active relationship to the subject.
Her latest film Empty Quarter, co-produced with Alain LeTourneau, is an experimental documentary that focuses on Southeast Oregon and the farming and ranching communities that reside in the region. Pam is in-progress on Tulelake, a film that explores the southern Oregon and northern California border town of Tulelake.
Pam’s film and video work has screened at Anthology Film Archives, Center for Documentary Studies, Cornell Cinema, Film Studies Center at University of Chicago, Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center, International House Philadelphia, Los Angeles Filmforum, Margaret Mead Film Festival, Portland Art Museum, San Francisco Cinematheque, Vancouver International Film Centre, as well as other venues throughout North America.
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