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Anula Shetty

Termite TV Collective
Anula Shetty is an award winning filmmaker and new media artist. She is a recipient of a 2017 Pew Fellowship in the Arts award. She received her MFA in Film & Media Arts from Temple University and serves on the board of the Alliance of Media Arts and Culture. Her work has been broadcast on PBS and screened at festivals and museums worldwide, including the Museum of Modern Art’s Documentary Fortnight, The Flaherty Film Seminar, National Museum of Women In the Arts D.C., and the Pacific Film Archives. She was previously awarded three Media Arts Fellowships from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and nominated for a USA Artist Fellowship, and a Rockefeller Foundation Film/Video/Multimedia Fellowship. She has received a Project Involve Fellowship from the Independent Feature Project, two Independence Foundation Fellowships and a Leeway Foundation Transformation Award for her art and social change work. She was an Artist-in-Residence at Asian Arts Initiative and the Village of Arts & Humanities as part of two social practice artist residencies funded by ArtPlace America. Her immersive documentary work includes creating video installations and mobile media apps to explore new ways of experiencing a place and the oral histories that surround it. Projects she has implemented include Time Lens www.timelens.org, an immersive mobile App exploring gentrification and homelessness. Time Lens was awarded first place in New Media at the UFVA Media with Impact Conference. It was also selected for presentation at ISEA 2015 in Vancouver, Canada and the 2014 SIGGRAPH Conference. She is currently working on Cosmic Egg, a poetic documentary and new media project set against the landscape of transnational surrogacy, the yearning for procreation, egg harvesting, and the outsourcing of