Bill Morrison is an American filmmaker and artist based in New York. His work often makes use of rare archival footage in which forgotten film imagery is reframed as part of our collective mythology. Over the past twenty years, Morrison has built a filmography of more than thirty projects presented worldwide, collaborating with composers including John Adams, Gavin Bryars, Bill Frisell, and Steve Reich. Morrison's films are in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, The Nederlands Filmmuseum, and The Library of Congress. He is a Guggenheim fellow and has received the Alpert Award for the Arts, an NEA Creativity Grant, a Creative Capital grant, and a fellowship from the Foundation for Contemporary Arts.