Jo Andres

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Jo Andres is a U.S. filmmaker, choreographer, and artist.

Andres first became known on the kinetic downtown New York performance scene of the 1980s for her film/dance/light performances, shown at the Performing Garage, La Mama E.T.C., P.S. 122, St. Marks Danspace, and the Collective for Living Cinema.[1] As a filmmaker, Andres drew acclaim and awards for the 1996 film, Black Kites which aired on PBS and played several film festivals, including Sundance, Berlin, Toronto, London and Human Rights Watch Film Festivals.[2] Andres directed music and art videos, as well as her own film performance works. Andres was a dance consultant to the acclaimed Wooster Group.

She has been an artist in residence at leading universities, museums and art colonies, including Yaddo, and The Rockefeller Study Center in Bellagio, Italy. Andres created a series of cyanotype photographs which can be seen on her website.[3][4]

She and her husband, actor Steve Buscemi, have one son, Lucian.[5]


  • 1992: What Happened to Pete (directed by Steve Buscemi) (editor)
  • 1996: Black Kites (director, editor, special effects director)
  • 1998: Piece of Cake (music video for Mimi Goese) (director)
  • 1998: The Impostors (choreographer)
  • 2000: Lillian Kiesler: On The Head Of A Pin (director)


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