Zia Anger

Zia Anger is a filmmaker and music video director. Her most recent short, My Last Film, premiered at the 53rd New York Film Festival. In 2015, her short I Remember Nothing had its world premiere at New Directors/New Films and its international premiere at Festival del film Locarno. She has made music videos for various independent artists including: Angel Olsen, Mitski, Julianna Barwick, Maggie Rogers, and Jenny Hval; the latter of whom she also tours with as a performer. In 2016, Zia participated in the Sundance Institute’s Screenwriter’s Intensive, and in 2015 she was included in Filmmaker magazine’s “25 New Faces of Independent Film” and was made a fellow in film/video by the New York Foundation for the Arts. Find out more at her official site. (Picture by Ashley Connor.)

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Talks

[to tell other people’s stories]

By Zia Anger | December 27, 2017

[to tell other people’s stories]

Zia Anger gives her personal take on the controversy surrounding David France and his film The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson.

[to tell other people’s stories]

By Zia Anger | October 18, 2017

[to tell other people’s stories]

Zia Anger gives her personal take on the controversy surrounding David France and his film The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson.

Why Indie Film Only Has a Future If We Embrace Radical Transparency

By Zia Anger | May 24, 2017

Why Indie Film Only Has a Future If We Embrace Radical Transparency

While waiting to make her first feature, Zia Anger dives deep into her complicated feelings about the world of independent film.