Mary Filippo has been making independent, experimental films for more than thirty years. "Her thoughtful and visually captivating films concern the intersection of the personal and political"--WMM. Her last short film, “The Trickle Down Theory of Sorrow,” was described by Yvonne Rainer as “a far reaching and riveting work ” and by Margarita De la Vega-Hurtado as “exceptional and original.” Her latest film, “My Mis-Education in 3 Graphics,” her first long-form film, has been described as a devastating indictment of mainstream economics.