Part of the Charlotte Prodger: LHB screening

January, the Alaskan Interior, 56 dogs, 4 humans, 5 hours of sunlight. This observational work - shot on both 16mm and digital video – is a sensory journey that follows Brent Sass, an award-winning dog musher, and his community of dogs living in isolation in the rural inland of Alaska.

About Jonathan Rattner

Jonathan Rattner is an artist that primarily produces experimental nonfiction films and videos. He holds M.F.A’s in Film and Video Production and Intermedia Art from the University of Iowa, and a B.F.A. in Film and Television from Tisch School for the Arts, N.Y.U. He has exhibited work in colleges, festivals, and galleries all over the world. Currently he holds the position of Assistant Professor of Cinema & Media Arts at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee.

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Jonathan Rattner is an artist and filmmaker that primarily produces experimental nonfiction films and videos. He holds an M.F.A in Film and Video Production from the University of Iowa, an M.F.A. in Intermedia Art from the University of Iowa, and a B.F.A. in Film and Television from Tisch School for the Arts, N.Y.U. He has exhibited work at the Anthology Film Archives, Walker Art Center, the World Social Forum in Brazil, the Society for Cinema and Media Studies, the European Media Arts Festival, Ann Arbor Film Festival, L’Alternativa Film Festival, as well as at other colleges, festivals, and galleries in the United States, Europe, and Australia. Rattner holds the position of Assistant Professor of Cinema & Media Arts and Art at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee.

Selected filmography

Further In (2017), Wheatfields and The Sea: or how to feel deprived of sensation (2016), The Interior, (2015 - 2016), Driftless (2015), away, away (2015), 3am (2014), Confessions to the Greenland Seas (2014), Imagined Icelandic Evenings (2013), What do you want remembered (2013), Postcards from Death Row with W.U.I. Collective (2013), The Untitled Bombsite Project with Jill Baker (2013), End, End, End (2013), For Issa (2012)