About

Chris H. Lynn is a moving image maker, sound artist, educator, and curator from the United States. His digital images and Super 8 films explore the subtle rhythms of movement, light, and sound in urban and rural landscapes that vary from the Eastern shores of Maryland, U.S. to Nanjing, China.

His work has been shown at the  Librairie Avant-Garde, Nanjing, China, UNZALAB in Milan, Italy, American Film Institute (AFI) in Silver Spring, Md, Festival Internacional del Nuevo Cine Latinamericano Habana, Cuba, Goethe Institut, Washington D.C., The Anthology Film Archives, NYC, and a variety of venues internationally. His work was featured  in the book Cinema and the Audiovisual Imagination by Robert Robertson.

His sound works  have been published on Impulsive Habitat, Verz Imprint, Green Field Recordings, Kandala Records, Plus Timbre and echOmusic and have appeared on radio programs worldwide.

Chris curated the Experimental Film Program Urban/Rural Landscapes for the Utopia Film Festival in Greenbelt, Maryland from 2005 until 2015. He also curated the 2010 Takoma Park/Silver Spring Experimental Film Festival.

He was the filmmaker in residence at the Hyattsville Library in Maryland from 1/15 to 9/15.

To rent or buy the Film From Chance to Deal distributed by The Film-Makers’ Cooperative, New York go here

For screenings, curating, or speaking engagements send a message to:
Chrishenrylynn@gmail.com

1 thought on “About

  1. Dominic Angerame

    Hi , I think your work (Ships Passing…) will do well in Havana and I am going to suggest that it be shown in the festival. I will let you know real soon when things are finalized. Cannot findBaoying Windows.

    Thanks

    Dominic

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