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Jeanne C. Finley is an artist /filmmaker who works with photography, video and media installation. Her work ranges from experimental to documentary forms. Finley's videotapes have been broadcast in the United States, Europe, Canadia and Japan and her media work has been exhibited in festivals and museums throughout the world including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the 1993 and 1995 Whitney Biennial, the George Pompidou Center, the Amsterdam Documentary Festival and the San Francisco Film Festival. She has been the recipient of several grants including a Guggenheim Fellowship, Cal Arts/Alpert Award, National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships and the Phelan Award in Video. Film Language Lessons (2002, co-director) Loss Prevention (2000, co-director) O Night Without Objects, a Trilogy (1998, co-director) Conversations Across the Bosphorous (1995) Involuntary Conversion (1991) Nomads at the 25 Door (1991) Against A Single Match, the Darkness Flinches (1988) Installation A Wing and a Prayer (2002, co-creator) Trial of Harmony and Invention (2001, co-creator) The Adventures of Blacky (1999, co-creator) Which Man Runs? Which Man Sits Still at Home? (1990)