Jacqueline Levitin (for search purposes, also known as Jackie, Jacquie, Jacqui, Jaci, and Levitin or Levitan) is a Filmmaker and Media Artist and a Faculty Member teaching film history and criticism in the School for the Contemporary Arts and the Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies department at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada. Recent work includes ethnographic documentary exhibited on the web [see “Women in a Changing Downtown Eastside” www.womendtes.com (2011)], interdisciplinary collaborations with composers, choreographers and theatre artists, and experimental documentary such as Mahjong mp; Chicken Feet (2008), on China’s relation with her Jewish ‘others’ – a concern that continues in her present multi-modal project on Jewish and Palestinian identity. She is the co-editor of Women Filmmakers: Refocusing (2003), a dialogue between women filmmakers, critics and theorists. Jacqueline’s work is widely presented in festivals, conferences and television broadcasts across Europe, Asia and North America.
Prof. Jacqueline Levitin,
School for the Contemporary Arts
Simon Fraser University
8888 University Drive
Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6 CANADA
phone: +1 (778)782-3900 or 782-3363
fax: +1 (778)782-5907