MUSEUMVIEWS founder HOMA Taj’s first brush with the art of performance came during high school, on Long Island NY, when she briefly studied with the legendary American dancer & choreographer Jacques D’Amboise, founder of the National Dance Institute in 1976.

Between 1989 and 1999, Homa studied at the prestigious Stella Adler Conservatory [now Studio of Acting] and worked as a production assistant on a number of independent film and theatre projects, in New York City.

During this time, Homa made a number of short, animation and experimental films including Waiting For Van Gogh and an experimental animation film based on Pablo Picasso’s Blue Period masterpiece Seated Nude Back (1902).

Since joining MUSEUMVIEWS in 2013, producer Frank J Cunningham has contributed to cultivating a truly global network of film, as well as art and heritage professionals who partner to partner with our current and forthcoming projects.

(Background image Homa Taj after filming Mark di Suvero’s Wintertime sculpture for Steely Eyed Samurai (short film), 2015.)

FEATURE FILMS

Writer, Director, Co-Producer

The Dealer (feature film, development) and Rene (feature film, treatment)

SHORT | ANIMATION | EXPERIMENTAL FILMS

Writer, Director, Producer:

Steely Eyed Samurai (short film), 2015

Maria’s Comet (short film), 2014

Nantucket Atheneum (short film), 2013

Seated Nude Back (Animation, 1998)

Jennifer Ricci: Portrait of a Poet, Video Documentary, 1999

Waiting for Van Gogh, Video Documentary, 1999

Experimental Animation (16mm), 1999

OTHERS

Producer, Interviewer Video Series: In Conversation with… (Creatives), 2003-present