Annette Mangaard is a Danish born Canadian artist filmmaker whose photography, film and installation work has been shown around the world at art galleries, cinematheques and film festivals.
With a practice rooted in theatrical drama and explorative documentary, Mangaard's films explore notions and nuances of freedom within the confines of structural expectations.
Mangaard's films are filled with experimental visual effects, footage is often shot in Super 8 and reshot in 16mm, then printed optically frame by frame. The result is a grainy textured look, with images that are saturated in colour
Mangaard is internationally recognised as one of the best contributors to Canada's film development, and is one of the co-founders of the IMAGES: Festival Independent Film/Video. Mangaard has written and directed more than 20 films and installation projects, many of which received awards.
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