Joe Gibbons

Joe Gibbons is recognized as a groundbreaking filmmaker in experimental autobiography. His more than thirty films include Unnatural Acts (1975), Going to the Dogs (1980), Hellhound (1995), and Final Exit (2000). He has been recognized with fellowships and awards from the New York Foundation for the Arts, the Black Maria Film and Video Festival, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Massachusetts Council on the Arts and Humanities. He has screened his work at the Rotterdam Film Festival, the Whitney Biennial, Museum Of Modern Art, and on PBS. He is a 2001 recipient of a Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship.

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Awards and Accomplishments

2006:  Gibbons is featured in the Whitney Biennial

2003:  Gibbons receives a LEF Foundation Grant

2003:  Gibbons receives a LEF Foundation Grant

2003:  Gibbons is included in the exhibition AMERIĀ©AN DRE@M at Ronald Feldman Gallery in New York

2002:  _Confessions of a Sociopath_ is screened as part of the Whitney Biennial

2001:  Gibbons receives a Guggenheim Fellowship

2001:  Kent Jones writing in _Artforum_ names _Confessions of a Sociopath_ the ninth best film of the year

2001:  _Confessions of a Sociopath_ is named one of the ten best films of the year by _Film Comment_