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Michael Oatman
ArtistFilmDocs are short profiles about artists and their work. With an art background himself, filmmaker Stephen Blauweiss knows how to create intimate, engaging films that capture the passion and style of each artist in a concise five-minute segment. Each production is a result of close consultation with the artist, resulting in a unique film that fits their personality and style.

Many of these have appeared regularly on a weekly TV show about the national arts scene, AHA! A House of Arts, on PBS station WMHT in Albany. In 2018, Blauweiss Media received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts through the Albany Museum of History & Art (the oldest museum in the country!) to create short film profiles about four artists in their collection.

We also produced over 60 of these short films for ArtScene, in the Hudson Valley regional monthly magazine Chronogram video series.

Artist Reviews About the Films
Wow Stephen, you did an amazing job! You were able to get so much in, and I love how the words sink up with the images. I feel it is a VERY accurate representation of me and my work. Thrilled. Thanks!
Joel Griffith

Terrific! It's me. It was delightful working with you on the video Stephen. All I have heard from regarding the video have loved it. What a pro! Thank you so much.
Rebecca Todd

This looks fabulous! Thank you so much. It was an absolute pleasure meeting and working with you.
Terri Moore

Hey Stephen, thanks very much for this well put together piece. I really like how you wove together the paintings and drawings with what I was saying. Thank you very much. I feel honored. Well done Stephen. Thanks
Michael Patterson

Love it! Great video. The finish where I say I'm having fun and I smile at the camera is great. Many thanks.
Peter C. Brandt

Terrific! You spliced a beginning as an end, if memory serves, but it sounds seamless :-) you ARE good. I thank you.
Lawrence Webster







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