Matt Hulse

Matt Hulse

Matt Hulse is an artist, filmmaker, and writer. His films have been screened in more than two dozen countries, and his work features in Time Out’s 1000 Films to Change Your Life and A History of Experimental Film & Video, and is represented by the National Media Museum (UK), National Library of Scotland, Gallaudet University (Washington DC), and The Wallace Library (Rochester Institute of Technology). He has twice been nominated for the Jarman Award and the Margaret Tait Award. His films include Follow The Master, Dummy Jim (for which he produced a book, I Cycled Into the Arctic Circle), and, most recently, The Hippies: Punk Rocked My Cradle.

March 12: I Cycled Into the Arctic Circle
March 22: Storytelling
March 26: Whisky and Writers

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