Danny Plotnick roared into the underground film world in the 1980s.
Fueled by his love of punk and alternative culture and infected with d.i.y. spirit, he started making films that captured a similarly snarly attitude.
His films were pegged as bawdy, bad-mouthed and beautiful, straddling the line between high-brow and low-brow art.
It's no surprise that his work has screened from the MOMA in NYC to mortuaries in Baltimore to the Independent Film Channel.
With little opportunity to screen this type of work in the 80s, Plotnick took to the road, projector and films in trunk, screening in bars, warehouses and cafes.
Plotnick trail blazed a path for the underground film world that exploded in the early 90s, a scene that would ultimately champion his work.
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Over the past several years, Danny Plotnick has worked with Chuck Prophet, The Sippy Cups, Hostelling International USA, The Jewish Community Center Macabbi Games of San Francisco, McCabe & Mrs. Miller, Beth Lisick, Red Hill Books, The Ann Arbor Film Festival and more.
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