Anthony Penta

Instructor of Motion Picture Arts, Interlochen Arts Camp

M.F.A., Film Production, Univeristy of Texas at Austin; B.S., Philosophy, Eastern Michigan University  

Anthony Penta is a media producer and independent filmmaker. His credits include work as an editor, colorist, and camera operator on narrative and documentary feature films, and his own award-winning short films. His dramatic short "The Last Thing She Wanted" premiered at the Anthology Film Archives in 2010 and is distributed by Shorts International. His documentary "A Casebook on Remote Viewing", about psychic spies trained by the U.S. government, continues to be broadcast on The Documentary Channel. Anthony Penta's films have screened and won awards at the Ann Arbor Film Festival, the Boston International Film Festival, the Newport International Film Festival, the John Hopkins Film Festival, and many others. He is currently developing his first narrative feature. Anthony received a B.S. in Philosophy from Eastern Michigan University and holds an M.F.A. in Film Production from the University of Texas at Austin.