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    David Bryant

    DAVID BRYANT has worked with and for post-production houses, advertising agencies, corporate/industrial clients and independent filmmakers for nearly three decades in editorial, design, systems management and post-production supervision.  Nationally, these have included A&E, CBS, Disney, Cline Davis Mann, the National Video Center, and Prelinger Associates; and in Portland over the last two decades, Coates Kokes,  CMD, nonbox and HMH.  He recently completed post-production on Jeff Winograd's THE KID, Howard Mitchell's THE BUS and THE STREETCAR, Christen Kimbell's CREATION, Ned Thanhouser's THE THANHOUSER STUDIO AND THE BIRTH OF AMERICAN CINEMA, and Mona Hundeidi's mix of live action and animation, MIDNIGHT SPECIAL FOR INSOMNIACS.  As a filmmaker, his work focuses on the use of film/video in performance and theatrical environments, which has lead to collaborations with such artists as Mary Oslund, Minh Tran, George Cartwright and Les Miserables Brass Band, and to exhibitions nationally and internationally at venues including The Kitchen and PS122 (NYC) and the Melbourne Museum of Contemporary Art.  He has also contributed as a curator to programming at Tin Pan Alley (NYC), Simon Fraser University and The Cinematheque (Vancouver, BC).


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