Joel Potrykus


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American writer/director Joel Potrykus resides in Grand Rapids, MI. He works with a filmmaking band, Sob Noisse, including long-time collaborator Joshua Burge. His films have premiered at the SXSW Film Festival, Locarno Film Festival, and have screened at the Lincoln Center and the MoMa. He teaches filmmaking at Grand Valley State University. See full bio »

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Buzzard Director
(2014)
Relaxer Director
(2018)
Ape Director
(2012)
(2016)

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 2020 Joel Calls Indie Film Type Dudes (Documentary short)
 2018 Relaxer
 2014 Buzzard
 2012 Ape
 2010/II Coyote (Short)
 2007 Gordon (Short)
 2001 Mice & Milk (Documentary short)
 1999 Birthday Boy (Short)
 1999 The Ludivico Treatment (Short)
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Show Show Camera and Electrical Department (3 credits)
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One of his favorite films is the The Beaver Trilogy (2000) by Trent Harris and there are references to it in some of his films. See more »

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