Holly Hey currently heads the Film/Video program at the University of Toledo (Toledo, OH.) within the College of Arts and Letters and Department of Theatre and Film. Holly makes documentary and experimental films that focus on social justice and the invisibility/visibility of marginalized peoples. Holly’s documentary, Rat Stories was distributed by the National Educational Telecommunications Association, and her experimental documentary, the dum dum capitol fo the world received major funding from LEF New England Moving Image Fund. Professor Hey received a MFA in filmmaking from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1993 and a BFA in photography from Ohio University in 1990. She currently lives in Luckey, Ohio with her wife and son.


Lee Fearnside is an artist, photographer and film producer. She earned a MFA in Photography from the Rhode Island School of Design, a MS in Arts Administration from Drexel University, and a BA from Smith College. Her photographic work has been exhibited in galleries in New England, the Midwest and in national juried shows. Her videos have been screened at film festivals in Boston, Oregon, Toronto, Chicago, San Francisco and films she produced have screened at the Queens World Film Festival, Big Muddy Film Festival, Canada International Film Festival, Mirror Mountain Film Festival and Food and Farm Film Festival, among others.

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