Eli Rarey

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Eli Rarey is an independent filmmaker based out of Los Angeles. He wrote and directed the feature film The Famous Joe Project which premiered at Outfest in 2012. His short by the same name (on which the feature is based) premiered at the 2007 Slamdance Film Festival and won Best International Short Film at the Lisbon Village International Digital Cinema Festival. He has directed music videos for AB Soto and frequently collaborates with choreographer Katherine Helen Fisher. His interactive feature film on YouTube, Hard Decisions, offers the viewer 11 possible endings.[1]

Rarey is also a founding member of SCIENCE PROJECT experimental performance collective. He wrote and performed with them in New York City from 2000 through 2002.[2]

He is a graduate of USC School of Cinematic Arts, where he also taught in the Interactive Media Division. He has worked in the visual effects industry for many years on children's television shows and major studio films.

Rarey also performs as a storyteller.

See also[edit]

https://www.elirarey.com/


  1. ^ http://www.indiewire.com/2015/11/hard-decisions-interactive-storytelling-and-complex-representations-213512/
  2. ^ http://www.urbanetc.com/art/rarey/rarey_e_1.html