Jane Gillooly is a non-fiction and narrative film/video maker living in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her most recent non-fiction film is Today the Hawk Takes One Chick. Other projects include Rockefeller-nominated experimental feature film script The Not Dead Yet Club (2006); Dragonflies, The Baby Cries (2000) a 35mm short which premiered at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, and was an official selection of San Francisco International Film Festival, and FICCO Contemporary Film Festival of Mexico City, PBS and SUNDANCE Channels. She was also co-producer of Theme: Murder (1998), selected to screen at Full Frame Documentary Festival, and INPUT. Her film Leona’s Sister Gerri (1995) was featured at the Museum of Modern Art ‘New Directors, New Films,’ Sydney Film Festival, Robert Flaherty Seminar, PBS, and the SUNDANCE Channel and recently included in the Best of P.O.V. released 2007.
Gillooly has a background in photography, design and interdisciplinary media. A MacDowell fellow, she is currently a professor of film at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.