Amir Husak - Part-time Lecturer
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    Amir Husak

    Part-time Lecturer


    Amir Husak is a filmmaker and digital media artist based in Brooklyn. He has worked across a variety of time-based media as an independent artist, freelance editor and sound designer. His work has been featured at such diverse places as SXSW (US), Full Frame Film Festival (US), Sundance Institute's Focus Forward Series (US), Big Sky Documentary Film Festival (US), Sarajevo Film Festival (Bosnia & Herzegovina), TV Cultura (Brazil), and Hot Docs (Canada). Husak is a receipient of both Fulbright and Jack Kent Cooke fellowships. He was also a cofounder and editor of NoCommercialValue, a web-based digital media showcase between 2009 and 2011.

    Recent Publications:

    Interactive Multi-Media Essay: “Critical Reflection on Dayton Express” in Database | Narrative | Archive Digital Anthology, Matt Soar and Monica Kinganon, eds. Database | Narrative | Archive, ISBN 978-0-9812034-2-3, 2013

    Research Interests:

    Documentary, new media, cultural memory, sound studies, migration studies, ethnic conflict, Balkan studies