We are gratefully welcoming help from Friends of the Henry Miller Library that are especially well suited to serve as jury for our film series.
One of the most innovative and creative artists of the 20th century, Philip has received three Academy Award nominations for his film scores and has performed at the Henry Miller Memorial Library in 2008 for our annual benefit concert, and twice in 2011, including a performance of his score for the 1931 Bela Lugosi film “Dracula” as part of his 2011 Days and Nights Festival.
Experimental artist, composer, and musician, Laurie is also a dear friend of the Henry Miller Memorial Library, having played our annual benefit concert in 2005. Laurie is a pioneer in electronic music and has invented several devices that she has used in her recordings and performance art shows.
American film actress recently nominated for the European Film Award for Best Actress and New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress for her role in the critically-acclaimed film “Melancholia.”
Mark and Michael Polish
The Polish Brothers are two of the most creative and resourceful filmmakers in independent cinema today. Their latest effort is “For Lovers Only,” a “no-budget,” black-and-white indie romance made using their own camera and equipment and no lighting lights or extraneous crew.
A prolific American film editor who has worked with Stephen Soderbergh, Jim Jarmush, Hal Hartley, and Ang Lee, Littenberg was nominated for Best Edited Feature Film – Comedy or Musical for “Easy A” at the 2010 American Cinema Editors Awards.
Lawrence is an American film producer who serves as the President of Lightstream Pictures. Inglee has worked as a producer on a number of films, including “The Messenger” by director Oren Moverman and “The Day After Tomorrow” by director Roland Emmerich.
David was born into the unorthodox and particularly creative environment of Big Sur in the 1960s. Much of his childhood was at Esalen, he is the son of Founder Dick Price, and he would later study, work, and manage Esalen. He was dubbed "the first child of the 1960s" by San Francisco Chronicle/Examiner writer Don Lattin in his book "Following Our Bliss: How the Spiritual Ideals of the Sixties Shape Our Lives Today". David Price is now an American film and television actor and musician who lives and works in Poland. David on imdb
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>We miss Vilmos who died on January 1, 2016. He served on the Jury for 8 years. What an amazing friend and passionate filmlover! THANK YOU VILMOS!
One of the “ten most influencial cinematographers in history” according to the International Cinematographers Guild, Zsigmond won an Oscar for “Close Encounters of the Third Kind,” an addition to three other nominations across his 30+ year career.