With a background in contemporary dance and design Montreal filmmaker Marlene Millar has worked on productions in the U.S., the South Pacific and across Canada. In 1999, she received a Dance Media Fellowship at the University of California in Los Angeles, and in 2001 founded the arts film production company Mouvement Perpétuel with Philip Szporer. Their dance films and arts documentaries (Moments in Motion, The Hunt, a soft place to fall, Butte, Byron Chief-Moon:Grey Horse Rider, The Greater the Weight) are broadcast regularly on Bravo! and are featured in festivals and on television internationally. Marlene has also collaborated with spoken word artist Ian Ferrier, choreographer Lynda Gaudreau and most recently with Charmaine LeBlanc and Pol Turgeon on the multidisciplinary performance Quarantaine featuring Ken Roy, Benoit LaChambre and Marc Beland. Marlene works frequently as an editor on documentaries (National Film Board of Canada, Productions Multi-Monde), as well as on independent fiction films. She has taught filmmaking at the NFB, Main Film, Bowling Green University, Ohio and Centre Imagine in Burkino Faso and is a frequent guest lecturer and juror in the Film Production department at Concordia University.