Wendy L. Weinberg is an Associate Professor of Film and Video at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia.
Wendy's work in film, video, and television has earned her over forty awards, including an Academy-Award nomination for "Beyond Imagining." Her work has been included in shows at the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts and the Philadelphia Museum of Art; is held in collections in seventy colleges, universities and libraries nationally and in Hong Kong, Singapore, and Japan; screened theatrically at Cinema Village Theater in New York; aired on PBS stations nationally and internationally; and screened at over one hundred film festivals and special events. (06/11)
A film by Wendy Weinberg, 1991, 30 min., Color
Bold literary visionary Margaret Anderson founded the journal Little Review in 1914, an overlooked but profound influence on American literature. Ande...