Roles in Archive: Speaker
Milly Iatrou was born in New York City. She obtained a BFA in filmmaking from the Picker Film Institute of the City College of New York where she studied with D.A. Pennebaker. She has received film and video grants from the NEA and NYSCA. Since the 1980s, she has been making films and videos with Ronald Morgan, first collaborating on “The Very Reverend Deacon b. Peachy” series for the artists’ television show, Communications Update, a.k.a. Cast Iron TV. Other works include “Dead Poets,” a series of videos based on texts by nineteenth-century writers and poets and a series of video portraits of writers and artists. Her work has been shown at The Kitchen, the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum, the World Wide Video Festival, LA Freewaves, the Mill Valley Film Festival, the Museum of the Moving Image, and international film and video festivals. She lives in New York and Los Angeles, where she works as a motion picture sound editor on feature films while continuing to create short films and videos.