Pioneering exploitation filmmaker Roberta Findlay was prolific in the male dominated pornographic and horror Grindhouse genres of the 1970s, commanding the shifting roles of cinematographer, actor, director, writer, and distributor on over forty sexploitation and horror films. The anarchic blend ...Read More »
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Rémy Bennett is a filmmaker, writer, and curator living in New York City. She earned her BA in acting and drama studies from The Central School of Speech and Drama in London and studied film at SVA in New York. Her feature film debut Buttercup Bill was shown at Raindance, The New Orleans Film Festival, and The Marfa Film Festival and she recently completed a documentary series called Under Her Skin profiling female artists for the all female led Brooklyn based media company The Front. Her short film Eat Me and installation about a female serial killer/web cam girl exhibited at The SPRING/BREAK art fair was voted as one of the top 10 shows to see at Armory Week in 2016 by W Magazine and Gothamist, along with the group show GLORY HOLY that she curated along with her sister. Bennett has contributed as an artist and writer to PLAYBOY, 1985ARTISTS, VICE, and BUST MAGAZINE. She most recently programmed a film series at The Roxy Hotel Cinema called GRIT & GORE: NYC HORROR which featured screenings of films by and in person discussions with Larry Fessenden, William Lustig, Frank Henenlotter, and Roberta Findlay. Bennett will be lecturing in April at The Miskatonic Institute of horror studies teaching a class called LA DESPAIR: CHASING DEATH WITH JOHN GILMORE focused on the dark underbelly of retro hollywood and the work of the late crime writer John Gilmore.