KJ Mohr


Program Director

KJ Mohr (she/they) is a professional film curator and educator with three decades of experience in art house cinemas, festivals, museums, community-based and educational organizations. She is deeply committed to collaborative work and community engagement, with expertise in cinemas of the Global South, women/femme directors, queer cinema and experimental/avant-garde film. KJ teaches in the MFA Filmmaking program at the Maryland Institute College of Art and in the Film and Video Studies Department at George Mason University. They are also a consulting programmer for the Maryland Film Festival and for the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. KJ is currently Director of Programming for the Tampa Bay International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival and previously served in this position from 2011-2019. Other past posts include the Annapolis Film Festival, Baltimore’s Creative Alliance, Outfest, the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Women in the Director’s Chair, and Conversations at the Edge, a weekly visiting filmmaker series at the Gene Siskel Film Center in Chicago. KJ is part of the feminist programming collective, Four Quarters.

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