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Mary Bellis, also known as CalmX, was a filmmaker, artist and writer. She received an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and funding from the National Film Board of Canada to create her experimental works. Her 1984 film Agent of Paradise was shot in the LES art scene starred downtown performance artists, including John Kelly, The Alien Comic, and Philly McAninch. Agent of Paradise premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival and screened in art house theaters worldwide. She was a founding member of New York’s first digital art gallery, Mission Graphics.
Mary Bellis was a former writer for ThoughtCo, where she covered inventors for 18 years. She was a freelance writer, film producer, and director. In addition, Forbes Best of the Web credited her for creating the number one online destination for information about inventors and inventions. Her writing has been reprinted and referenced in numerous educational books and articles. She was known for her short independent films and documentaries, including one on Alexander Graham Bell. She specialized in making and exhibiting computer-generated art, while working as an animator, journalist and an independent video game developer.

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