Mike Gibisser is a filmmaker and artist interested in navigating the indefinite lines between essay, narrative, experimental, and documentary work. Over the past decade, he has completed two narrative features (Finally, Lillian and Dan and World of Facts), a feature film essay (The Day of Two Noons), as well as several experimental and non-fiction shorts. He has presented work at numerous cinemas and festivals around the world, including the International Oberhausen Film Festival, the Harvard Film Archive, the AFI Film Festival, the Images Film Festival, the European Media Arts Festival, and the New York Film Festival. His work has been featured in Artforum, Variety, and Cinemascope, amongst other publications. He currently teaches at the University of Iowa and runs the Headroom Screening Series in Iowa City. 


Slow Volumes (2019)
World of Facts* (2018)
Travel Stop (2017)
Blue Loop, July (2014)
The Day of Two Noons* (2012)
First Law: Quail Ct. (2011)
Third Law: N Kedzie Blvd. (2011)
Second Law: S Leh St. (2010)
Springtime Wound Motor (2009)
Finally, Lillian and Dan* (2008)

 *indicates feature-length work