Lori Felker

Assistant Professor // Cinematography, Directing
School of Cinematic Arts
Lori Felker

Bio and Research Information

Lori Felker is a filmmaker, teacher, programmer, and performer. Her films celebrate the ineloquent, oppositional, frustrating, chaotic qualities of human interaction. She has made work in a variety of forms including, experimental film, video installation, music video, documentary, and fiction. Her short films, feature documentary, and music videos have screened internationally at festivals including Rotterdam, Slamdance, Ann Arbor Film Festival, BAMcinemaFest, EXiS in Korea, Festival du nouveau cinema in Montreal and Kinodot in Russia. She loves every facet of the film world and has worked as a cinematographer, editor, and/or actor for various artists and directors and has programmed and organized for the Chicago Underground Film Festival, Slamdance, the Milwaukee Underground Film Festival and Roots & Culture Gallery in Chicago. She has has received an Illinois Arts Council Grant, a Wexner Center Residency, a Chicago Digital Media Production Fund Grant, a Brico Forward Fund Grant and a Fulbright Fellowship (Berlin, 2000).

Research Area

Cinematography, Directing

Schedule for Winter 2022-2023

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