Anna Geyer has taught in the Cinema Department since 2006. She teaches Cinema 21 - Intro to Film Studies, she team teaches Cinema 24 - Film Production, and in the summer Cinema 20B - Film History.
She is both an award winning experimental filmmaker and a writer. Her films have screened in many festivals both domestically and internationally. Cameraless, non-representational work has been the emphasis of her recent efforts, although she frequently describes her work as, “experimental with a narrative bent”. Her written work has appeared in "Sex and Chocolate", "Gargoyle", "The Underwood Review", "Wasted Space" and "Centipede". She also teaches film related classes at Solano Community College.
Her most recent film "ARAPADAPTOR (I Feel So)" screened at many festivals, toured extensively with the Mad Cat Woman's Festival 2003 touring program and Kinetica 4 (through the IOTA center). It has screened at PFA, Anthology Film Archive, and LACMA.
Her current production, "Wilkommen in Űberavia" contains a film within a film. The larger work is a dramatic narrative in the guise of documentary while the embedded piece belongs solely to the experimental realm. It is a cameraless endeavor entitled Ich bin ein junger Hupfer incorporating optical printing.