ABOUT KARN JUNKINSMITH
Karn Junkinsmith is a Seattle choreographer and experimental dance filmmaker. Karn's dance film work began in 1990, when she collaborated with Lena Sharpe on GIRLS FIND WAYS TO GET THERE, a dance of three female archetypes: Joan of Arc, witch and pregnant virgin. Her directorial debut, the whimsical DAY OFF, produced in association with Northwest Film Forum (NWFF) and shot by Lynn Shelton (WE GO WAY BACK) screened at Lincoln Center, BUS STOP screened at the Red Cat, and ALCHEMY OF THE ORACLES screened at Local Sightings (NWFF). Her most recent film, THE CHRONICLES OF CLEO & JACK shot on 16mm black & white 7222 on a Bolex by Sean Porter is a story told with pictures and music and skateboarding and dancing.