Artist

Minda Martin

Minda Martin is a writer and director of personal documentaries and narrative films that explore the underpinnings and disparities of social class in America. Her films have won awards and screened at international that include Viennale, Punto de Vista, New York Video Festival, New York Museum of Modern Art, RedCat, Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, MOSTRA, imagineNATIVE, Athens International film/video festival, Frameline Lesbian and Gay film festival, and many more.

She received an MFA in Cinema from California Institute of the Arts and a BA in Creative Writing and Classics from University of Arizona. Currently, she teaches in the Department of Communication at California State University, San Marcos.

Videography

Free Land

2010, 62:00 minutes, colour/B&W, English, also available Close Captioned

Monsoon St., ’77

2006, 12:36 minutes, colour, English

Love, Minda

2003, 03:30 minutes, colour, English

Do You Know

2002, 14:45 minutes, colour, English

a.k.a. Kathe

2000, 55:00 minutes, colour, English

a little ballad

1998, 08:00 minutes, colour, English

Mother’s Heritage

1995, 11:00 minutes, colour, English