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|lastname=Lane
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|country=Colombia
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|group=Colombia I
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|program=Community Development
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|yearservicestarted=1961
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|yearserviceended=1963
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Bruce "Pacho" Lane
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P.O. Box 92353
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Rochester, NY 14692
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(585) 442-5274
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        pacho@docfilm.com
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        http://www.docfilm.com
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Academic Training: 
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  B.A., 1963, Political Science; The University Of Texas
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  M.A., 1966, Economics; The University Of Michigan
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  Doctoral Studies (ABD) in Visual Anthropology, 1978-80, U. of Texas
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Non-degree study:
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Universitaet Heidelberg, 1959-60, Russian & German
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Rutgers University, 1961, ESL, Community Organizing 
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Universite de Strasbourg, 1966, French
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Universidade de Lisboa, 1966-67, Portuguese
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Academic Honors:              Languages:
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Woodrow Wilson Fellow              Spanish, English
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University Fellow                Portuguese, German
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NDEA Title IV Fellow              French, Russian
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        Experience:
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Titular B, Departamento de Artes Visuales, Facultad de Arte, Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Morelos, Cuernavaca, Mexico - Chair a film school and make films (1998 -2005)
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Asst. Professor, Rochester Institute Of Technology: Teach Film & Video Production, Film History, Visual Anthropology, and Film Theory in the BFA & MFA programs in Film & Video of the School Of Photographic Arts & Sciences. (1991-1998)
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Asst. Professor, The University of Texas at Arlington: Documentary video production course sequence combining theory, criticism, and technique to produce broadcast-quality student programs. (1989-91)
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Lecturer, The University of New Mexico: Courses in Cinematography, Film & Video Editing,  History of Documentary Film, Soviet Film History, and Visual Anthropology. (1987-89)
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Artist-In-Residence, New Mexico Arts Division: Train primary, secondary & college students, teachers, and others in video production, including a six-month residency at the Southwest Indian Politechnic Institute. (1985-7)
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Mexico: Owner, Earthworm Imports, a wholesale & retail ethnic clothing company: Design & style clothing, organize production, set up production co-ops, direct 3 full-time and 50 contract employees, ship & clear entries as bonded broker, run wholesale & retail operations, manage accounts.  (1970 -1976)
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Management Trainer, Volt Technical Corp.: Direct training in management and community organizing, and develop curriculum, for Southwest Region OEO Community Action Program agencies. (1969-70)
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Instructor, The University Of Texas at Austin: prepare multi-media presentations and teach two sections of English Composition & Rhetoric, a 6 hr/sem Freshman Honors course. (1968-69) 
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Language Lab  Instructor, Univ. Of Texas: direct language lab, and assist students with language acquisition in English (ESL), German, Spanish, Russian, French, and Portuguese. (1959-61, 1967-68)
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Touring Lecturer, USIA/Japan: Talk with Japanese students about American student politics and the war in Viet Nam. (1966)
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Special Researcher, USAID/Viet Nam: prepare classified report on the aspirations of the Cambodian ethnic minority in South Viet Nam, & teach ESL in Vinh Binh province. (1965)     
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Peace Corps Volunteer, Colombia I (the first Peace Corps group): rural community organizing. Organize special flood disaster relief program in the Colombian Amazon, including a self-help housing development, a water & sewage system, and 3 schools. Teach ESL to high school students. (1961-63)
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International Living & Travel:
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Mexico (14 yrs); Germany (2 yrs); Colombia (2 yrs); Greece (9 mo.); Portugal (9 mo.); Viet Nam (4 mo.); Japan (4 mo.); France (6 mo.); Finland (6 mo.); Austria, Italy, Spain, Hungary, USSR, Bulgaria, Morocco, Turkey, Afghanistan, Cuba, Chile, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala, Taiwan
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Film Awards:
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Film Festivals: London (3x); Mexico City; Nyon; Edinburgh; Mannheim; Melbourne; Wellington; Cinema du Reel/Paris; Filmex/LA; Margaret Mead/NYC; Edison/NJ; Ann Arbor.; Athens, O.; BACA; Houston; Hemisfilm; Chicano Film Festival; Slice Of Life; etc.
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Best Documentary, Latino Film Festival
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Blue Ribbon & Red Ribbon (2x), American Film Festival
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First Prize, International Festival Of Culture & Psychiatry
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First Prize, Festival de Cine de Pueblos Indigenas
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Best Indigenous Film, Festival Contra El Silencio
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Special Merit Award, Latin American Studies Film Festival 
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Judges' Award (2x), Sinking Creek Film Festival
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CINE Golden Eagle (3x), etc. 
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Films:
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Afghanistan & The USSR: "Inside Afghanistan" (56') & "The Black Tulip" (26') Producer/Director/Camera - Filmed during nine weeks in Kabul, Herat, under siege in Kandahar, and in Tashkent & Moscow; the first full Western look at the civil war in Afghanistan (1987-88). TV Release: PBS, UK, Japan, Australia, NZ, Spain, Portugal, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Netherlands, Finland, & Sweden.       
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Mexico: "The Tree Of Life" (29' -1999) - The Voladores Ritual of the Totonacs; "The Tree Of Knowledge” (26' - 1981), Two ways of learning in a Totonac Indian village; &  "The Eagle's Children" (39' -1999), the Danza Azteca tradition in Mexico and the US; “Democracia Indigena” (36' - 2000), municipal elections and political change in a Totonac community; “Viva Mi Tierra Caliente” (55' - 2004), Juan Reynoso  & the “calentano” music tradition; “A  Journey to the Butterflies” (26' -2002),  the Monarch butterfly sanctuary; “A Defender of His People” (57' -2005), the story of the god/hero  Tepoztecatl. “The Language of the Seeds” (20' - 2005) - the amazing seed portals of Tepoztlan. TV releases: PBS, Sweden, Japan (3x), Germany, & Mexico.
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United States:  "Along the Erie Canal" (39' - 2002), a visit to the “artificial river”; "Battle Of The Guitars" (17' - 1989), remembering T-Bone Walker; "Black On White" (26' - 1990), the piano blues of Alex Moore; "Deep Ellum" (13' - 1990), Blues on Dallas’ Elm St.; "Stoney Knows How", (29' - 1981), tattooing as folk art; "Texas Style" (26" - 1986), the story of Texas fiddling :  TV releases: PBS, Discovery (2x), UK, Campus Network, Armed Forces Network, etc.
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Mexico & the United States: “Chulas Fronteras” (56'), & “Del Mero Corazon”: Camera & Interpreter. Two films on Texas-Mexican music (1975 & 76)
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Cuba: "Routes Of Rhythm" (170'): Camera & Interpreter. Afro-Cuban music, including Irakere, Los Van Van, and Ruben Blades. (1990)
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Peru: "Burden Of Dreams" (90'): Camera & Interpreter. Les Blank's documentary feature on the making of German director Werner Herzog's  "Fitzcarraldo". (1981)           
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Museum Screenings:
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Museum of Modern Art; American Museum Of Natural History; Museo Nacional de Antropologia; Smithsonian; Musee de  l'Homme; Corcoran Gallery; Walker Art Center; Cineteca Nacional de Mexico, San Antonio Art Museum;  Museum of New Mexico; Maxwell Museum, Dallas Art Museum; Center For Research in Contemporary Art; Center for Contemporary Arts, Museo Palacio de Cortes.
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