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Ann Marie Fleming


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Ann Marie Fleming is a filmmaker, animator, writer, visual artist and co-founder of Global Mechanic, an animation-film-design production house in Vancouver. Of Chinese and Australian parentage, Fleming went to the University of British Columbia and has a B.F.A. (diploma in animation) from the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design and the Open University, and a B.F.A. (interdisciplinary) from Simon Fraser University. She was a writer/director resident at the Canadian Film Centre in Toronto and an artist in residence at the Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart. Fleming was a graduate film advisor at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Fleming has won numerous awards including 3 “Best Canadian short” film awards from the Toronto International Film Festival.

Official website.
Also see: The Peripatetic Metaphors of Lip Service: An Interview with Ann Marie Fleming.

Features & TV Movies:
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Waving (1987 short)
You Take Care Now (1989, short)

Five Feminist Minutes – New Shoes segment (1990, short)
Pioneers of X-Ray Technology (1991)
So Far So… (1992, short)
It’s Me Again (1993)
Buckingham Palace (1993, short)
La Fabula della bella Familia auf du World (1993)
My Boyfriend Gave Me Peaches (1994, short)
I Love My Work (1994, short)
Pleasure Film (Ahmed’s Story) (1995, short)
Automatic Writing (1996)
Great Expectations: Not What You’re Thinking (1997, short)
Tiresias (1998, short)

Hysterical: the musical (2000)
Lip Service: a mystery (2001)
Aguas de Março (2002)
Blue Skies (aka Heart, 2002, short)
The Magical Life of Long Tack Sam (2003)
Room 710 (2005, short)
The French Guy (2005)
M.O.O.D (aka My Obscure Object of Desire, 2006, short)
Running (Heart, Body, Mind, Spirit) (2008, short)
I Won (2009, short)

I Was a Child of Holocaust Survivors (2010, short)
Gluttony (2011, short)
Window Horses (The Poetic Persian Epiphany of Rosie Ming) (2016)

Window Horses, movie, poster,