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    Alain LeTourneau

    ALAIN LETOURNEAU is a media artist who utilizes video, 16mm film, and still photography to explore the natural and built environment and issues of development and land use. His feature documentary about rural Southeastern Oregon, EMPTY QUARTER, co-produced with Pam Minty, premiered at the Film Center in 2011 and screened widely throughout North America, including the Margaret Mead Film Festival and the Center for Documentary Studies. He is the co-founder of 40 Frames, a 16mm conservation initiative (16mmdirectory.org) active since 2000. His latest film, OPEN ROAD, which explores the urban landscape of transportation, premiered at Unknown Pleasures American Independent Film Festival in Berlin.


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