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Brandon Walley is a filmmaker and curator based in Detroit, Michigan. He creates 16mm, Super 8mm, and digital films that explore the abstractions between humanity, ecology, industry, and technology. For over a decade his films have been screened widely in festivals, museums, and cinematheques including Kunsthaus Graz (Austria), Strangloscope (Brazil), Rooftop Film (NYC), Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, Iowa City Experimental Film Festival, Ann Arbor Film Festival, and more. Brandon has taught film production at various institutions including the College for Creative Studies, Lawrence Technological University, and YArts of Metro Detroit. Brandon has been Media City Film Festival’s Regional Artists’ Curator since 2008 and former Board Chair. He is the current Programming Coordinator with Greater Farmington Film Festival, and a screener for Ann Arbor Film Festival and Midwest Film Festival. He was the Program Director of Corktown Cinema and Detroit Broadcasting Company and former Co-Director of the Detroit Film Centre. Brandon is an Artist Fellow with Kresge Arts in Detroit, awarded in 2020. 

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