Babeth M. VanLoo (1948, Netherlands) studied painting and design in Aachen and performance and sculpture under the supervision of Joseph Beuys in Düsseldorf. She also holds a master’s degree in film from San Francisco Art Institute. VanLoo has made a number of short films about other artists, including Andy Warhol and Beuys, both of whom she has collaborated with. Her films often deal with art, social engagement and spirituality. In 2000, she founded the first Buddhist television broadcasting channel in the Western world and she is the director of the International Buddhist Film Festival.
Babeth M. VanLoo
Andy Warhol's Unfinished Symphony (1975, short)
Balls on the Line: Hommage à Joseph Beuys (1976, short)
Beyond Ordinary Action (1982, short)
Lydia Lunch: Daughter of Darkness (1998, short)
Traditional and Western Buddhism (2001, short)
Zen and the Art of Peacemaking: Kazuaki Tanahasi (2014)